Are you looking to buy a place with plenty of outdoor space and unique features? Well, this may just be your property.
The luxury Casa de Shenandoah, a 36-acre ranch outside of Las Vegas in the United States, has hit the market for $25 million (£19.9 million).
Formerly owned by artist Wayne Newton – who has been nicknamed “Mr. Las Vegas” for decades – this property comes with a slew of interesting perks and features.
The main mansion has three bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, and there are seven additional homes on the property – so it’s perfect for hosting huge parties.
Inside, the lobby features a butterfly-shaped staircase in white and gold with a marble floor, adding a touch of quaint Vegas. But outside is where the extravagance really comes to its limit, as the property has a very massive jet station, allowing planes to park next to the house.
There is also an automobile museum – which can display up to 100 vehicles – with seven double doors as well as seven stables for horses. And if that’s not enough animals to your liking, there’s also a zoo on the property – which once housed exotic animals.
Adding to the luxurious nature of this property, the new owner will also be welcomed with a game room and tennis court for some time.
Despite its grandeur, opinion on Facebook was divided after photos of the house were posted online.
One Facebook user said: “I feel like this is the kind of property that Joe Exotic dreams about while sitting in prison.”
Another user commented, “This is going to sound weird, but that sounds like a bargain for that much property.”
Another added: “The water needed to keep all that grass green in the middle of the fresh desert…maybe a few million a year!”
The property is not currently for sale, but was previously listed in February 2022 for $24,995,000.
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