Liberace was one of the early entertainers to grace the Las Vegas Strip. He loved the little oasis in the desert. He quickly became the highest paid entertainer on the Strip and his name graced the marquee at the Riv for years.
As his fortunes and his popularity rose, Lee bought a home in Las Vegas, near what is today UNLV, off of Tropicana just west of Maryland Parkway.
A museum is dedicated to his life not far from the house and Tivoli Gardens, the restaurant he owned, is still doing business.
However, his home has come up for sale and the belongings and fixtures are being auctioned off. If you're a fan of the Travel Channel, you've no doubt seen the various hour long shows that include highlights from the interior of the house.