AP Exclusive: Contents of MJ's final home for sale LOS ANGELES After Michael Jackson's death on June 25, 2009, the gated mansion at 100 North Carolwood Drive where the pop star lived with his three children while preparing for his comeback concerts became part media camp, part Jackson tribute ground. Hundreds of tearful fans left cards, flowers, balloons and handwritten notes in front of the three-story home resembling a French chateau, while dozens of reporters jumped at any development in the death investigation. Anyone coming in or out of the property was bombarded with questions. Now, as Dr. Conrad Murray sits in a jail cell awaiting sentencing for involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's death, the contents of the home _ including the queen-size bed where Jackson took his last breath _ sit neatly on display, just as they were, awaiting the auction block. AP Exclusive Contents of MJs final home for sale - Road Runner Ew.