Neverland Ranch may have been the most famous dwelling owned by the King of Pop, but Michael Jackson called this Spanish-style Las Vegas estate home from 2007 to 2008. Tucked behind a gated entry, just 20 minutes from the Strip, the 24,275-square-foot house’s sprawling interiors begin with a roomy foyer with wood ceilings, a hand-painted fireplace, and views of the interior courtyard.

The layout is anchored by a massive salon, which showcases hardwood floors, exposed wood beams, and a stone fireplace, and opens to the courtyard. There are seven bedrooms in the residence, including the master suite, which occupies the top floor and has a wet bar, lounge, and fireplace. The bedroom area still bears the original mirrors where Jackson practiced his dance moves. Additionally, there’s an 8,500-square-foot basement, which the singer used as an art gallery. The 1.7-acre property has many unique features, including the courtyard, which features a fountain and loads of space for entertaining, and a small stable. A two-story medieval chapel with a hand-painted ceiling is sure to wow. The residence was remodeled in 2010 by designer Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl.