Steve Wynn’s Former Mansion in Vegas Goes on Sale for $25M – The Real Deal

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Businessman Simon Dolan is flipping his 15,000-square-foot estate in Las Vegas for $24.5 million two years after buying it from casino mogul Steve Wynn.

The British-born accountancy titan has listed the yellow mansion in Summerlin’s Country Club Hills at 1717 Enclave Court, according to the Robb Report.

Dolan bought the six-bedroom, 11-bathroom house in June 2022 from Wynn for $17.5 million.

The custom Italianate home, built in 2001 in Summerlin 12 miles west of the Strip, is clad in yellow stucco with white accents and columns and capped by a red tile roof.

The 1.4-acre estate looks out onto the TPC Summerlin golf course, while hidden behind walls and several sets of gates, according to the listing.

The two-story mansion was remodeled by Wynn for a reported $16 million with designer Todd-Avery Lenahan.

The result: marble floors and pillars, walls covered in mohair and silk, custom carpets, automated drapes and designer light fixtures, plus high-tech security, fire suppression and smart-home systems. 

The front door opens onto a soaring foyer and crystal staircase, leading into a formal living room, two offices topped by backlit ceilings and a fireside family room with a climate-controlled wine cellar. 

A formal dining room is tied to a gourmet kitchen with walnut cabinets, an eat-in island, stainless appliances and a breakfast room.

The manse has a movie theater, a library, two fully equipped gyms, plus a master bedroom with  dual closets and luxe baths.

It overlooks manicured grounds surrounding a garden with a tiered fountain, gazebo, swimming pool, spa and pickleball court. A lift-equipped garage can fit six cars.

Broker Elizabeth Schwartz Fray of Urban Nest Realty holds the listing.

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Dolan, who made his fortune through accountancy services, also dabbled in motor racing. He made headlines in 2020 when he mounted a legal challenge against the United Kingdom for its pandemic lockdowns. He owns an estate on the Caribbean island of Mustique that once belonged to David Bowie.

Wynn, who made his bones in luxury casinos and hotels, resigned as chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts in 2018 after allegations of sexual misconduct. He owns several estates, including a Beverly Hills mansion now listed for $75 million.

— Dana Bartholomew

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