This one’s a two-in-one as it’s not only the childhood home of Michael Jackson, but also of the entire Jackson Five. The family of 11 started off in a single-floor two-bedroom and one-bathroom home in Gary, Indiana.
The family lived there until the Jackson 5 became a huge success, after which the family decided to move to Hollywood. They bought a two-acre estate there in the early 1970s.
In 1988, Michael Jackson moved to his own place, the infamous Neverland Ranch, an approximately 2,700-acre piece of land with a 13,000-square-foot main house that was speculated to cost between 19.5 and 30 million dollars for Jackson. It’s said Jackson lived here until 2005 and then ended up renting a simpler establishment until his death in 2009.
Besides it being a small amusement park with actual amusement park rides, the property included an arcade, 3 railroads, and served as a place for several huge events, like Michael Jackson’s interview in 1993 with Oprah and the wedding of Elizabeth Taylor and Larry Fortensky in 1991.