The eight-acre Moroccan-themed property, located at 1639 Valley Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89108 with two bedrooms and four bathrooms in its main, 8,750-square-foot house, three additional guest houses ranging from 1,588 to 1,959 square feet each, three pools, a casita, and a cabana, has been sold for $3 million. (Pending) This is where the late entertainer Roy Horn lived with his beloved tigers and birds. Horn died in 2020 of complications related to COVID-19 at the age of 75.
The gated address is important for the 80-section of land Nevada compound that Horn and his long-term companion and colleague Siegfried Fischbacher — who passed on from pancreatic disease in 2021 at age 81 — called Little Bavaria in accolade for their nation of origin of Germany. Additionally, it has custom stained glass windows, ornate chandeliers, animal enclosures, and a bird sanctuary throughout.
The illusionists lived in different homes on the estate, with Siegfried living in a separate mid-century modern home, according to the Los Angeles Times. Till his passing, Horn lived in Jungle Palace.
The Carden Circus International family has a contract to buy the home of the late Strip performers Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn for $3 million. They plan to keep the house as a shrine to the pair and maybe turn it into a place to stay overnight and a tourist attraction.
Last week, George Carden and his son Brett arrived in Las Vegas to tour the two-acre “Jungle Palace,” where Fischbacher and Horn lived while performing at The Mirage from 1990 to 2003 and were featured in national television appearances. Carden moved to buy the house without actually moving in. The pair later moved to their 100-section of land domain in North Las Vegas known as “Little Bavaria,” which filled in as their essential home.
Regarding the “Jungle Palace,” Aaron Taylor of eXp Realty listed the two-story main residence on Valley Drive for $3 million, and it is scheduled to close next week at that price.
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