Wayne Newton's Former Vegas Ranch For Sale
The entertainer's opulent 36-acre estate is a stunner.
The curtain hasn't closed on the storied past of Las Vegas entertainer Wayne Newton's dazzling former abode, Casa de Shenandoah ranch. The sprawling 36-acre estate, on which Newton resided for 45 years, was purchased in 2010 for $19.5 million by a developer to help Newton out of bankruptcy troubles. Plans for a theme park or Newton museum were rumored to be in the works, but a series of lawsuits and other woes stalled progress. Now the opulent property is back on the market for a whopping $70 million.
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The estate, which recently underwent a $20 million renovation, includes an array of stunning amenities that are as over-the-top as Newton's signature style. In addition to a three-bedroom, 3,747-square-foot main house, it includes seven other guest homes as well as a zoo, 53 stables (once home to many of the crooner's beloved Arabian horses), an equestrian pool, a "car museum" with seven double doors and a private jet terminal/airport.