Liberace's Las Vegas Home

This house had twenty rooms, two kitchens, six bathrooms, a sunken marble bath,
elaborately painted ceilings, a mini version of the Dancing Waters in the back garden
and contained $250,000 worth of etched glass. All in keeping with the Liberace image.

It was the only asset that did not appreciate in value after Liberace's death.
Lee purchased the home for 3 million, but after his passing the home didn't sell for
the asking price of 2.7 million and was sold at auction for $325,000.

I hear it is now used as a banquet hall for private parties.

Two views of the living room. I love that tufted silk upholstery!

The archway to the right leads to the "Hall Of Eternal Mirrors."



Liberace's personal coffee mug from his Las Vegas kitchen.