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MJ's Death House

3/26/2012 5:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

The first prospective buyer who came to look at the house where Michael Jackson died was singer Robbie Williams ... and who knew he was so loaded?

Our spies saw Robbie roll up to the house Thursday afternoon in his Range Rover.

The house was just listed -- again -- this time the asking price is $23.9 million.

We know anyone who looks at the estate has to pre-qualify ... meaning they have to show they can afford the steep purchase price.

As for Robbie, a London newspaper estimates his 2011 net worth at $149 mil. Robbie currently owns a home in the Beverly Hills area -- he paid $16 mil back in 2008. And he bought a house down the street and uses the land as a soccer field. Now that's rich.

As for the Holmby Hills estate -- Michael was renting it from Hubert Guez, the CFO of Ed Hardy. The house is 17,000 square feet, with 7 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.

As for whether Robbie is interested in making an offer ... his rep had no comment.



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hi Phantom ....
replaying your incredibly sensual video of MJ and letting you know that his incredible sex appeal...... to women all over the planet
made him a target with race ..goodnight..jmo

898 days ago

yvonne from uk    

Hi Nan an Pegasus,
Nice to hear from you, most don't seem to come here anymore due to the sick minded and idiot posters than ruin the site for everyone else, wish they'd get a life elsewhere.

897 days ago


MJ died,
Kim K rules.

Good work TMZ!!!

895 days ago


Michael Jackson home most requested by visiting tourists
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Japanese tourists take photos in front of Michael Jackson's last home in the Holmby Hills neighorhood. (Christina House / For The Times / April 6, 2012)

By Hugo Martin

April 6, 2012, 10:40 a.m.
This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details.

Michael Jackson and Simon Cowell are hot.

Elvis Presley, Larry King and Christina Aguilera -- not so much.

At least those are the sentiments of tourists who requested views of celebrity homes from StarLine Tours, the largest tour bus company in Los Angeles.

Based on such requests, the tour company Friday released its top 10 list of most requested celebrity homes for 2011 and the Holmby Hills mansion where the King of Pop died in 2009 was the most requested stop, followed by the Beverly Hills estate of former"American Idol"judge Cowell.

The rest of the top 10, in order, are: Tom Cruise, Jennifer Aniston, David and Victoria Beckham, Lucille Ball, Al Pacino, the former home of Katy Perry and Russell Brand, Phil McGraw (TV's "Dr. Phil") and the Playboy Mansion.

The Pacino home, the former Perry-Brand residence and the Playboy Mansion are all new to the top 10 list in 2011. The homes of Presley, King and Aguilera dropped off the list from last year.

Thanks to a swell in international visitors, Los Angeles hosted a record number of tourists in 2011.

The 27 million tourists who visited the city last year represented a 4.2% increase from 2010, breaking the previous record of 25.6 million in 2007.

895 days ago
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