Casa de Shenandoah, a 36-acre ranch outside Las Vegas once owned by performer Wayne Newton, recently hit the market for $70 million. Newton and his family lived at the ranch since the 1960s but the property was purchased in 2010 by CSD LLC to develop a Wayne Newton museum.
While the project failed, the Newton family owns 20 percent of CSD, which is not enough to keep the home, Redfin reports.
CASA DE SHENANDOAH:
The gates of Newton's former estate at 6629 S. Pecos Road, Las Vegas
The main house has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, but there are seven additional homes on the property.
The home has a green room, gaming room and tennis court.
The property has a jumbo jet terminal that allows the plane to pull up next to the home.
The "car museum" with seven double doors is shown.
The home has a zoo and an equestrian pool. Newton previously kept Arabian horses, and the museum had plans for sloths, wallabies, penguins, lemurs and more than 100 birds.
Oregon's Zoological Wildlife Conservation Center and Sloth Captive Husbandry Research Center of Rainier purchased about 280 animals from the intended museum for about $27,300.
The home has 37 stables and acres of corrals.
The last owner invested more than $15 to $20 million in improvements, the listing states.