Casa de Shenandoah, a 36-acre ranch outside Las Vegas once owned by performer Wayne Newton, has been sold for $5.56 million back in July, down from the $70 million asking price back in 2013. Newton lived at the ranch since the 1960s. The property was purchased in 2010 by CSD LLC to develop a Wayne Newton museum. While the project failed, the Newton family owned 20 percent of CSD, which was not enough to keep the home.
The ranch, which includes the “white house” mansion and six other homes and stables, was sold to the Las Vegas-based Smoketree LLC. In addition, a nearby commercial property that was home to a gift shop and theater was sold in September. Check a tour of home below.