Even if you never mastered Michael Jackson's famous dance routines, you can now moonwalk in the footsteps of MJ himself in what's been dubbed the "Thrilla Villa."
The Las Vegas mansion was one of Michael Jackson's last residences, which he rented from 2007 until his death in Los Angeles in 2009, and is now for sale and asking $9.5 million, according to . The King of Pop lived in the 1.7-acre compound at 2710 Palomino Lane in Sin City with his three children.
Upon first glance at the estate, you'll notice an oversize iron gate and a cobblestone-paved circular driveway. Much like the "Billie Jean" singer's personal style, the home is far from reserved in its posh, star-quality nature. A salon features a massive stone fireplace and a Murano glass chandelier, while a foyer and bar area leads to a courtyard with a fountain and ample entertaining space.
The main master room, which occupies the entire top level, still has the original mirrors Jackson used to rehearse his famous dance rooms (quite literally where he saw "The Man In The Mirror"). Also casually included is a two-story, 74-seat medieval chapel with a hand-painted sky scene and Crown of Thorns chandelier.
And in case the home's features don't reflect MJ enough for his biggest fans, the owner's latest updates will. The house is laden with ornate furniture the King supposedly preferred, gold pianos, portraits of the pop star, and a replica of the famous boy on the moon image that Jackson placed throughout his Neverland home. Brick by brick, the house was transported to Las Vegas from Mexico, where it was originally built in the 1950s, reports .
Check out the property for yourself with the listing video (we're getting all reminiscent for the days of moonwalking just watching it) and photos below.