We think it's safe to say that SONY didn't have the best 2014.
Holmby Hills, the house Michael Jackson lived in up until his death, has finally sold again.
Before the singer died in the residence, the regal French chateau was priced at $38.5 million. Afterwards, the mansion was bought by Hubert Guez, the CEO of Ed Hardy Clothing, and his wife Roxanne.
The Guezes' asking price was $23.9 million, but the King of Pop's death seems to have darkened the door forever.
$18.1 million! The estate sold to Stephen Mayer of Cerberus Capital Management.
Quite a deal considering it comes with a theater, a gym, a spa, a wine cellar, and an enormous guest house for a total of over 17,000 square feet!
Could U live in a house where someone so beloved had died?
[Image via Curbed.]