Michael Jackson's Last Home And Belongings To Be Auctioned Off

Michael Jackson H 2009

The Holmby HIlls mansion where the singer died in 2009, as well as its contents will be sold via Julien's Auctions next month.

Michael Jackson fans and collectors will have a shot at sleeping on the bed that the King of Pop took his last breath.

PHOTOS: Hollywood's Notable Deaths

Julien's Auctions house is set to sell off items from Jackson's last residence, 100 North Carolwood Drive during a live auction Saturday, Dec. 17 in Beverly Hills. There will be a preview beginning Dec. 12.

STORY: Elizabeth Taylor Joins Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley on Highest-Earning Dead Celebrities List

The sale will feature many of the singer's most valuable possessions including furniture, paintings, antiques and decorative items. 

VIDEOS: MTV: 30 Years of Music Videos

The furniture for purchase, which will include the queen-size bed Jackson died in reports the Associated Press, will also include a gilded Louis XV headboard (expected to fetch between $3,000 and $4,000) as well as a burlwood Victorian Revival Style armoire (estimated price: $6,000 - $8,000). 

"We want to preserve the history of these items," Darren Julien, president of Julien's Auctions told the AP, which reports that a chalkboard inside the home's kitchen, has a note written in chalk in what seems to be children's handwriting that reads, "'I (heart) Daddy. SMILE, it's for free.' The chalkboard will be sold as-is, and is expected to fetch more than $400."

STORY: Michael Jackson Tribute Concert Goes on Despite Problems

The 54,885 square-foot-home, which Jackson and his three children, Prince, Paris and Blanket lived during his final days, will also be up for sale (not auction). The price has not been disclosed. 

Julien's Auctions also handled the sale of the singer's collectibles (like his famed glove) from his Neverland Ranch in 2009. 

PHOTOS: 10 TV Trials That Shook the World: Casey Anthony, OJ Simpson, Rodney King

On Monday, Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for his involvement with the pop star's death. 

In addition, Jackson's estate has set up a showcase of the singer's personal items and career memorabilia (including items from his music videos like "Scream" and tour costumes), called Michael Jackson Fan Fest, to be displayed at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino Dec. 3-14. Jackson's brothers Marlon, Jackie and Tito are set to attend Sun. Dec. 4.