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