Steve Wynn Puts Vegas Estate on Market for $24.5 Million

Neighbors in the Country Club Hills neighborhood include David Copperfield

For those with $24.5 million laying around or for those nosy Nelly’s out there. Steve Wynn, co-founder and former CEO of Wynn Resorts, has officially listed his Las Vegas home, err, estate. $24.5 million is a lot of dough. For context, it’s what Raiders QB Derek Carr earns per year, ooof.

The mini-mansion is located in the Country Club Hills and was built by Steve’s brother, Ken, in 2001. Originally, another owner called the home before Steve purchased it in 2018. Since then Steve has been remodeling and tinkering with the prestigious property. Neighbors include Vegas headliner David Copperfield.

The home measures 15,000 square feet. Need a visual on that, well, it’s roughly the size of three basketball courts. The home has six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, enough for every basketball player to have his or her own room, and two bathrooms each. Though, not everyone could park their car in the garage as the existing one only has room for four cars at a time, major bummer.

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There is a screening room to watch wherever the heck you want whenever you want. There’s an art room, because, why not? But Wynn’s art room is far from the average art space (if an ‘average’ art space exists in a home). His home comes complete with an art protection system that is designed as more of a fire-retardant suppression system. Should there ever be a fire on the Wynn Estate the home has been outfitted so that a fire can’t get to the art and destroy it. 

Other amenities include two offices, a wine cellar and a crystal staircase. Wow-wee! If your jaw isn’t on the floor just wait until you read this.

With a $24.5 million price tag, we wanted to break down some numbers for context. 

With a 20% down payment and a 30-year fixed loan with an interest rate of 3.5%, your monthly mortgage would run you close to $96,000. The HOA fees are reported to be almost $1,300 monthly. Property taxes are just over $15,000 and your homeowners insurance would run you about half that at $7,000. Of course these are estimates but they do give you some idea of the cost. 

The Las Vegas Estate is one of several properties Steve Wynn owns. He has homes in New York, Sun Valley, Idaho and Palm Beach, Florida (where he is reported to live) Wynn did however recently put his Beverly Hills estate on the market for a cool $110 million bucks. That home boasts 2.69 acres, over 19,000 square feet, eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.

The former CEO isn’t used to making real estate headlines. In 2018 Wynn resigned as chairman and CEO after several sexual misconduct allegations were brought to light. That’s about all we are going to say about that.

Should you have that kind of money and are interested you should know that Corcoran Global Living Las Vegas has the listing.

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