Wayne Newton’s Las Vegas Compound Is 70 Million
Wayne Newton is selling his Las Vegas compound for 70 million (see updated price below). The compound was going to be turned into a museum about Wayne Newton, but word is that he is bankrupt. Wayne Newton has a celebrity net worth of 100 million and I gather being bankrupt in his category doesn’t stop a lifestyle.
He and his wife just bought a new home close to the ranch compound for sale for a few million dollars and shortly thereafter bought an additional 10 acres. Their new home has all the typical luxuries celebrity lifestyle affords and can be seen on Redfin.
The ranch on the compound for sale for 70 million has extra luxuries including a Jumbo Jet Terminal and a car museum with seven bay doors. The home also is or was a zoo; as the animals have been sold off to a Zoo Wildlife Center. He had prized Arabian horses and other animals he kept. There are 37 stables, equestrian pool, acres of corrals, game room, and a tennis court to list a few amenities.
Ranch (I use that loosely) has three bedrooms, four full baths, and three partial baths. It was built in 1952 and notably has seven additional homes on the property! The company working to turn Wayne Newton’s compound into a museum invested millions of dollars to improve the property, including adding more animals to the zoo, before the bankruptcy.
The pearly golden gates allowing entrance to 6629 S Pecos Road, Las Vegas.
His jet taxi’s up to the house for easy access.
Jump over to the listing on Sotheby’s for more details. The ranch and seven other homes sit on 40 acres and have “too many amenities to list.” – Sotherby’s.
* UPDATE: The compound price has now been reduced to 48 million.
See Steven Martin’s St. Barth Mansion for 11.4 million too.
Photos and Sources: Business Insider, Refin, Zillow, Celebrity Net Worth
Here are a few more Homes of the Stars to see:
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Farm – done
Dolly Parton Charming Country Bungalow
Kristie Alley Cottage in Isleboro Maine
Someday I’d like to go to Vegas and see all the shows including Wayne Newton, but not sure he even performs anymore.
Beautiful house for sure. He surely made a good life for himself!
Cool that you have been by his place and you’re right about living within your means!
I lived in Vegas years and years ago. I remember driving by his “compound”…and thinking it was tad over the top. The cost to keep that place up, must be expensive. I have this thought that no matter how big a star you are, I don’t think you should be living beyond your means. I think that is what happened with them. That is just my two cents. Maybe they could turn it into a bed and breakfast for the start! 🙂
I didn’t think of it like that Kathy, well put!
Wow, what a place – perhaps costs wayyyy too much to maintain now – lifestyles no matter what level of income have changed a lot!
oh my, oh my. some people have more money than taste!
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