Wayne Newtons Former Vegas Home Sells for $70 Million

The “King of Las Vegas’s” former home sells for $70 million!

The 40-acre property formerly owned by Wayne Newton was listed by Sotheby recently.

Newton sold the property in bankruptcy to CSD LLC for $19.5 million, headed by investors Lacy and Dorothy Harber. A representative for the Harbers says a few members of the royal family of Saudi Arabia have inquired about the property.

Dubbed the “Casa de Shenandoah,” the 40-acre property features South African penguins and Arabian horses. It also boasts of four homes, 1,500 trees, gold-trimmed doors, serene pools and plush carpeting.

The owners say the whooping price fit the property’s royalty. It was reported that a royal Saudi Arabian family has already purchased the house.

Grant Lyon, who oversees the property said, “If someone is an avid horse person and wants to live in Las Vegas but still maintain a level of seclusion and privacy, it's probably the only property that offers that.”

Newton has stayed in the house for over four decades. After giving up the house, Newton purchased and moved in to a downsized 20-acre Las Vegas estate in June.

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Wayne Newtons Former Vegas Home Sells for $70 Million