There's more to Sin City than the glitz, glam, and allure of a high stakes poker game. From mansions with lazy rivers and penthouse suites to houses with gated entry, real estate in the city is pretty wild. These celebrity homes in Las Vegas are pretty unbelievable.
Some of these celebs have wildly gorgeous homes that they've shared on their social media. It's no wonder though, with mansions like these, they're bound to get an admirer or two.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
Floyd Mayweather knows how to 'Vegas.' His sprawling Las Vegas abode features 17 bathrooms, 11 bedrooms, three kitchens, and an extravagant courtyard fountain. The indoor pool looks like it's filled with expensive water.
Kenneth Lowman, the owner of Luxury Homes Las Vegas, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal, that Tyson and his wife purchased a large 10,000 square foot home on a golf resort. The Italian styled home features a four-car garage, a media room, and a wine cellar.
Back in 2016, Holly Madison partnered with E! News to let viewers get an inside look at her Vegas home. It includes a main room with secret nooks, a chicken coop, an indoor pool, a 1940's styled kitchen, and a large fruit and vegetable garden.
The backyard looks like a lush oasis with a large, blue water-filled pool.
"Property Brothers" Drew & Jonathon Scott
HGTV Magazine got an inside look at the home the Scott brothers purchased together. The cozy 4,000 square foot home has an outdoor dining area, a collapsible window wall, a game room, and a pool area with a slide.
The slide is reportedly Las Vegas' "first and only commercial-grade slide in a residential home." Talk about having a resort in your backyard. There's even a swim-up bar and an outdoor travertine fireplace.
Christopher Nicholas Sarantakos, aka Criss Angel, is a magician that regularly performs mind-blowing acts. According to the Las Vegas Sun, Sarantakos' home is 22,000 square feet and is dubbed "Serenity."
It has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and is located in the gated suburb of Henderson.