In an interview with New York Post, Zanganeh said that the pad had underground tunnels, stables, and hidden play areas that Jackson considered ideal for his three children. "He loved it. He said he could do anything he wanted in there, like in Neverland," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
Jackson had to abandon his Neverland ranch in California after cops raided it in 2003, following his arrest on child molestation charges. Zangageh has claimed that the 'Thriller' star had hoped to turn the Nevada house into a new version, dubbed 'Wonderland', but could not afford it because of its huge price tag.
The reports claimed that he "hoped to make enough money from his ill-fated 'This is It' farewell tour to foot the bill for the massive spread, but he didn't live to see his dream play out."
Washington (ANI): Michael Jackson was dreaming of shifting to a Neverland-style mansion in Las Vegas before his sudden death last month. Zar Zanganeh, a realtor in LA, has claimed that the Late King of Pop immediately fell in love with a 25 million dollar 10-bedroom estate, which he first saw in 2007.