Formerly Newton Wayne’s Casa de Shenandoah is listed for an Incredible $70M. Mr. Las Vegas, American singer and entertainer Wayne Newton, might be leaving Las Vegas and live the retirement days somewhere out of the Sin City, where he has been living for half a century.
Three years ago the development company which wanted to rescue the 71-year-old old legend from bankruptcy intended to turn Casa de Shenandoah into a theme park – called “Graceland West” – including 280 birds and animals, stables, Newton’s plane, gift shop, movie theatre and possibly a stage. However, things did not go according to plan, and Newton made his own plans to downsize beside being sued for not keeping some of his promises to his partners in ownership. Highlights of the 10,000-square-foot abode include gold-trimmed doors, plush white carpets, plus some of impressionist painter Renoir’s works and 17th-century European antiques, which might not be included in the package.
The luxury single family home is harmoniously nestled on 40 acres and comprises the main house plus 7 other residential buildings, 37 stables with office and 16 stables with office and tack rooms, an equestrian pool, acres of corrals, car museum with 7 double doors, entertainment jumbo jet terminal, gaming room, a zoo and tennis courts. The interior of the main house measures 11,192 square feet and features 3 bedrooms, 4 full and 3 partial baths. Maybe some filthy rich Newton fan would like to live like royal in their idol’s former abode!