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House, 7 Bedrooms + Den, 4 Baths, (Sleeps 18-22)
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Seven-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4100 sq ft home in the historic Paradise Palms neighborhood of Las Vegas where the movie Casino was filmed and home to many of the Rat Pack era celebrities - then as well as today.
Convenience and comfort are the order of the day. We have primarily king size beds in this seven-bedroom home (with some flexibility to reconfigure the kings for two twins or queens depending upon your needs).
The house is huge and quiet - perfect for a company retreat or for having the whole company stay together at a convention without breaking the bank. The company president/CEO and significant other can take the master suite (with its large jacuzzi tub and walk-in closet, plus sliding glass door out to the sparkling pool) and let the staff take the other five large rooms (including a second master suite). Free WI-Fi and a large living room for get-togrthers as well as a covered patio and back yard.
The spacious patio and BBQ is great for entertaining and the pool is great fun during the late spring, summer and early fall months. In winter, there is a birds-eye view of the Strip fireworks on New Year's Eve.
This is a wonderful neighborhood, designed by famed architect William Krisel (inventor of the butterfly roof and designer of most of old Palm Springs). Our entire street looks likes something out of a 1960s movie with all of its classic architecture and 50-year-old trees. This is the historic neighborhood where they filmed the movie 'Casino' (the famous plane crash scene in the movie took place right in back of our yard) - and where many celebrities of that era still live (including one three doors down from us).
Finally, the convenience for a company in town for a convention can't be beat. We have enough parking for you to park all of your employees free and then it's a five-minute drive to the Convention Center.
This home is a great value proposition for a family reunion (we've held many of them here), small events or just a relaxing week in one of the most convenient neighborhoods in all of Las Vegas. The bedrooms were all originally built as bedrooms (not enclosed patios and garages).
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- alternative lifestyle
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About The Owner
We have lived in this home from 2006-2011 and love it! The home great for convention-goers, re-unions, wedding receptions and vacationers alike.
Why The Owner chose Las Vegas
For family reunions this home offers enough bedrooms and living space for everyone to spread out. The pool is fully gated which is great for small kids. There are 5 bedrooms with king beds, 1 bedroom with a Queen, and 1 bedroom with 2 ex-long Full beds. There's also a den with 2 bunk beds (sleeps 4).
For convention goers, having 7 bedrooms is great as everyone gets their own bedroom. The property is very conveniently located near the convention center. Additionally 4 of the King Beds can be split into ex-long twin beds for a nominal cost. After a hard day standing on the show floor, the heated Jacuzzi is a relaxing way to wind down.
What makes this house unique
First of all, this is a wonderful neighborhood, designed by famed architect William Krisel (inventor of the butterfly roof and designer of most of old Palm Springs). Our entire street looks likes something out of a 1960s movie with all of its classic architecture and 50-year-old trees. This is the historic neighborhood where they filmed the movie 'Casino' (the famous plane crash scene in the movie took place right in back of our yard).
In the 60's Paradise Palms was the place to live. Celebrates and mobsters alike owned properties here. I've just recently seen a great list with all the addresses listed, which I'll put together in the near future. Today the mid-century modernist architecture has seen a definite uptick in interest, and it's rare for any property to remain on the market for long. Many speculators are doing major remodels to return the homes to their glory.