Casa de Shenandoah, Wayne Newton's longtime ranch, listed at $70 million

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The saga of Casa de Shenandoah -- the ranch that Wayne Newton shared with his family for 45 years, until a development company bought it with the goal of rescuing Newton from bankruptcy and turning the estate into a Graceland-like museum -- is a long tale of home sales, lawsuits, unfulfilled bank auctions and, yes, zoo animals. The home is newly listed at a staggering $70 million; read all about it in the captions. (You can also click here to see video of a home tour that Mr. Las Vegas conducted for CBS some time back, along with a couple of vintage clips we think you'll like. Bueller ... ? Bueller ... ?)  | By Sharona Ott, Zillow Blog

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