Thursday, July 10, 2014

Michael's Las Vegas Wonderland (Part one)



This is the Las Vegas home situated at 7000 Tomiyasu Lane that Michael hoped to buy after finishing the This Is It shows in London. He visited the property several times with his children while he was staying in Las Vegas - including one time when he was not supposed to be there (shame on you, Michael) - and absolutely loved it because it offered the full privacy that he had missed since he left Neverland.
































Stay tuned - part two will be posted soon!

8 comments:

  1. very nice E , yes this would have been perfect for Michael , oh how I wish ...!!

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  2. I agree how I wish it could have come to be...!!!
    This seems like a place Michael would adore...except... For the trophy room.. Somehow I can't see Mike liking all of those animals stuffed.. Yet I could see him transforming it into his own Wonderland...sigh.......

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    1. I have no idea if Michael liked stuffed animals or not, but the children probably liked them - it is not until they grow older and wiser that they realize what went before the animals were put on display.

      They only thing I know for sure that MIchael didn't like was the shooting range in the basement. Apparently he wanted to turn it into a studio.

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  3. wow, it's beautiful ... and fit for a king. Although, the show room for the cars is a little over the top LOL

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    1. Michael could've use the show room for all of his awards. :)
      However, he did have plenty of cars that would've fit in there just fine too.

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  4. I would certainly ask him why he needs such opulent property ! Knowing there are so many who do not have a drop of clear water to drink. At Neverland, he could entertain groups of children, I am not sure this property would have possibility to do so and he would not do it again, after the 2005 trial. It is over the top. Sorry, but everybody has to agree that if you are honest to yourself, or not ????

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    1. Hi gboete!
      I understand that he needed fairly big grounds for privacy reasons (you know to keep people and particularly the press at arm's length) and also that it had to be okay security wise, but I never quite got why he didn't go for something slightly more suitable for the size of his wallet when his economy began going downhill. I mean, it was not like he had to move into a one room condo. He could still afford a home we would not even dare to dream about.

      But apparently that was not what he was looking for.

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