“Neverland” No More! The Sycamore Valley Ranch is Much More than Michael Jackson’s Former Home

SVR 01 JimBartsch front exterior
SVR 01 JimBartsch front exterior

With a revamped name, a fresh price, and with all the amusement park rides gone, the once “Neverland Ranch” is ready for a new chapter.

Originally known as the Zaca Laderas Ranch, the massive spread of land spanning across 2,700 acres was purchased by William Boone in 1977. A successful property developer, Boone was so enchanted with the property that he wanted to make it the perfect home for him and his family. He started by renaming the estate as the Sycamore Valley Ranch, a name the property has now reverted back to. 

Read the full story of magnificent estate — pre- and post-Michael Jackson — in our feature article


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