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October 18, 2017

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Inside the lavish Las Vegas mansion that Michael Jackson nearly called home


The Primms were inspired by pools they visited at Hawaiian resorts when they built the extensive pool area at their estate on Tomiyasu Lane. The pool has a water slide, fountains and, behind the waterfall, a grotto bar and a one-bedroom guest suite. Michael Jackson had plans to turn the cave area into a playhouse for his children.

The Primm Compound

The gates that lead to the estate owned by the Primm family open to reveal a luxurious 10-acre compound. Pop singer Michael Jackson had plans to make an offer on the $16.5 million estate on Tomiyasu Lane. Launch slideshow »

This is the lavish $17 million estate that almost became the King of Pop's last home.

The jaw-dropping Primm Compound in Las Vegas caught the eye of Michael Jackson and boasts a star studded list of celebrity neighbours.

The luxury 10-acre compound includes the 15,000 square foot main house and is currently listed for sale with Sotheby's International Realty.

To see the full Daily Mail story, click here.

For more on the house from a 2009 tour given to the Las Vegas Sun, click here.

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