From McMansion to McMansion, Las Vegas is starting to look like a happy meal with Wayne Newton jumping ship from his present monster house to another just one mile away. Driven out by legal troubles that, when all said is done, still leave him richer than most people can dream, those looking to see how the other side lives will have to look a little farther to find him.
With a bitter legal fight nearly over, "Mr. Las Vegas" Wayne Newton is moving from his estate of 45 years, "Casa de Shenandoah," to another mansion about a mile away.
The downsizing from a 40-plus acre spread to a $3 million mansion and several adjacent properties totaling 20 acres is taking place this week, the crooner's sister-in-law, Tricia McCrone, and Newton publicist Kevin Sasaki said Wednesday.
"There's room for all his animals — the peacocks, the horses, and Charlie the penguin," McCrone said of the properties that she said include a main mansion, a guest house and four other homes.