Contemporary Estate

At $17.5 million, illusionist David Copperfield’s new mega mansion is the most expensive home ever sold in Las Vegas. It is nestled in a gated community in the Las Vegas neighborhood of Summerlin. Offering 31,000 square feet of living space, the steel-and-concrete construction sits on 1.58 acres and contains a total of eight bedrooms and nine baths. The 18,600-square-foot main residence features a wine cellar, a movie theater, a full-service spa, three antique arcade exhibit rooms, a golf simulator, and a nightclub with a bar and dance floor. The four-story house also boasts a roof deck, an interior Zen garden, and a 6,177-square-foot underground garage with a detailing room. Guest quarters and a four-edged infinity pool surrounded by tropical landscaping also reside on the grounds. Architecture by Swaback Partners, interiors by KML Designs.

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