Wayne Newton estate for sale after struggle with developer Steve Kennedy: Casa de Shenandoah, also affectionately called Graceland West, is the home of the Las Vegas headliner and his wife, Kathleen. The estate comprises three houses on a 37.8-acre property. It's a lush landscape in the middle of an overbuilt city, and it's about to hit the auction block, according to a Feb. 23, 2013 report by Las Vegas Review Journal.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Bruce Markell approved placing the Wayne Newton estate for sale as part of the bankruptcy proceedings for CSD, the entity that currently owns the property. However, the singer and his wife are opposed to the move, appealing the sale order. The auction is slated to take place on May 31, 2013.
On Aug. 1, 2012 Wayne Newton appeared at a court hearing at the Clark County Regional Justice Center Las Vegas, Nev. (see photo) after Newton and developer Steve Kennedy each accused the other of breach of contract, fraud, mismanagement, animal abuse and sexual harassment over a plan to turn the Casa de Shenandoah ranch into a tourist attraction celebrating Newton's long and illustrious career. The parties have thus far been unable to set aside their differences for the sake of the plan, and it appears that ship has sailed for good now that the Wayne Newton estate is for sale.
The Wayne Newton estate for sale features a gate made from porcelain and real gold, animal enclosures, a wedding venue and various other luxuries.