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Wayne Newton’s Estate Up For Sale In Las Vegas

08:01 AM Monday 2/25/13 | |

The Las Vegas estate of entertainer Wayne Newton is up for sale amid uncertainty over what potential buyers will get.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports for sale signs went up Friday at Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah.

Under a procedure approved by U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Bruce Markell, prospective buyers must post a 5 percent cash deposit of their proposed price by May 15. An auction is scheduled May 31.

Newton has appealed the sale order. The three houses on the 38-acre property have leases and Newton’s Arabian horses have a right to graze on the land.

Markell has said that trying to sell the property with such conditions would be challenging.

  • Wayne’s World

    Wayne Newton's home is framed at the end of a tree-lined lane on a 52-acre estate in Las Vegas.
    November 12, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Plans to convert the estate into a theme park celebrating Newton’s career collapsed last year.
 


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