Siegfried and Roy’s Las Vegas Jungle Palace Sells For $3M

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The Jungle Palace, a lavish mansion in Las Vegas formerly owned by the late entertainers Siegfried and Roy, has been sold for $3 million to Brett and George Carden, owners of the Carden International Circus. The Carden brothers have expressed their intention to preserve the estate, which they spared from potential demolition, and turn it into a short-term vacation rental or tourist attraction.

The main home, where Roy Horn lived until his death in May 2020 due to COVID-19 complications at age 75, spans 8,750 square feet and boasts two bedrooms, four bathrooms, custom chandeliers, stained glass windows, and an indoor jacuzzi. The building's design and landscaping pay homage to the performers' Bavarian roots. The estate also features three smaller guest homes, including one where Siegfried Fischbacher resided, each with its own pool.

Following the deaths of the entertainers, the sprawling 18,295-square-foot property was sold for $1.87 million, and hundreds of their furnishings were auctioned to raise funds for their animal charity, the Sarmoti Foundation. The compound was home not only to the duo's iconic white tigers but also horses, donkeys, swans, African cranes, and other jungle cats.

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The listing for the Siegfried and Roy house was managed by Aaron Taylor, who is also known as the Real Estate Guy. With the Carden brothers taking ownership, the Jungle Palace is set to be preserved as a piece of Las Vegas history, potentially becoming a unique vacation rental or tourist destination.

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