Lefty Rosenthal Home Vegas Home Sells for $777K

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Lefty Rosenthal Home Vegas Home Sells for $777K

A home once owned by late famed casino exec Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal has sold for a cool $777,000.

Curbed.com refers to the house as “about as groovy a 70s time capsule as you’re likely to find adjacent to the Las Vegas Country Club”.

Crubed.com also notes:

There have been four owners since Lefty (the current ones bought it in 2011 for $615K), all of which have been intent on "keeping the historic integrity of the home intact," says Burns. Most of the floors have been redone over the years, though, and a second-floor picture window was added in back. The current owners redid the kitchen with a new backsplash and Caesarstone countertops, and outfitted the dwelling with a Savant smart home system.

The pieces of wall art in the living and dining rooms, which were commissioned by Stephen Chase when he was designing the interior, are including in the sale, as are the semicircular couch and lamp in the living room, the bedrooms sets, and a bunch of Lefty memorabilia.

Rosenthal, a known organized crime associate, was depicted on the big screen in the 1995 Martin Scorsese film “Casino”.

You can view plenty of photographs of Lefty’s old home here.


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