Michael Jackson's house in the United States wanted to demolish

The estate of American singer Michael Jackson, owned by the artist Neverland, wanted to demolish.

Such events will take place if the house is not sold soon, writes the Mirror.

The estate of the king of pop music is located in Los Olivos (California, USA). Jackson lived here for 15 years until he died in 2009. The estate was initially called Sycamore Valley Ranch but was renamed the singer in honor of the homeland of his favorite hero Peter Pan.

The 2,700-acre property was built in 1982. Neverland has six bedrooms, a swimming pool, vast gardens, and a zoo.