Luxurious Compound for Sale is Also a Historical Artifact

This just might be the fanciest home in Las Vegas, and it's on the market for $3 million. Known as the Jungle Palace, it boasts an interior of 8,750 square feet on eight acres. There are also three guest houses, three pools (plus fountains and jacuzzis), a bird sanctuary, and animal enclosures.

This was the property of Siegfried & Roy. The pair became synonymous with Las Vegas entertainment in the 1970s and '80s with their illusions and their lions and tigers. Roy Horn lived at the eight-acre compound, where he raised and trained the big cats used in their show. Horn died of COVID-19 in 2020. His partner Siegfried Fischbacher lived a few miles away until he died in 2021.

No, the cats are not included in the sale. See 92 pictures and a video tour at the real estate listing. Note the glorious blending of indoors and outdoors with the use of plazas, patios, glass, and skylights. Do not miss the huge bathrooms and the cleanest kitchen you ever saw. The guest houses are plainer, but still better than most homes people live in.

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