Mr. Las Vegas has placed his gigantic famous Vegas compound for sale for a whopping $70 Million! Wayne Newton‘s mansion sits on a 36-acre ranch which he dubbed Casa de Shenandoah.
The Vegas manor has everything from ‘plush white carpets, gold trimmed doors, a “car museum,” 37 empty stables, tennis court, gazebo and a jumbo jet and terminal.’ The property was also seen in the movie Vegas Vacation when Wayne went on a date with Ellen Griswold.
A developer had bought the property in 2010 and had plans to make it into a Wayne Newton museum, but that fell through. He’s now just trying to unload the property for a quick $70 Million. The estate is huge, but may appear slightly outdated – especially those bright green picnic tables. Reports state that the developer did ‘upgrade’ the property by removing 7,000 cubic yards of horse manure from the grounds. Check out the photos below of Wayne Newton‘s Vegas compound.