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Casa de Shenandoah


Casa de Shenandoah (the former residence of singer Wayne Newton), at the corner of Sunset and Pecos.  Recent news reports state Mr. Newton was forced by bankruptcy court to sell his property where he had lived since 1968.  It has been reported the new owner, CSD LLC may be interested in opening the property to the public as a "Graceland West" museum showcasing Wayne Netwon's career.  The Newtons have bought another mansion on 20 acres, formerly owned by Norbert Aleman (producer of the "Crazy Girls" topless review and the female impersonator show, "La Cage"); it is located about a mile from the Casa--the new place is called "The Shenandoah." 


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The singer orignally had plans for a 300-seat dinner theatre just north of his property; the show would have included a tour of his home.  The ranch was scheduled to open for public visits in the Spring of 2012.  


A pastoral setting at the 42-acre Casa de Shenandoah along Pecos Rd.; several Arabian horses are in the far corner.


An enlargement of the above photo shows three  Arabian horses and a foal.


A gate made of real porcelain and gold at Casa de Shenandoah (located not far from Green Valley Park).  Newton's 38-acre property is also called "Graceland West" in honor of Elvis Presley. (Photo taken in May, 2006).


A photo of the gate taken October 14, 2010. 


Newton's proposed home tour may also have included a look at his private jet, which was parked at Case de Shenandoah.  The tail of the plane is seem here from Sunset Road 



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