Casino mogul and billionaire Steve Wynn (estimated net worth: $3 billion) has put his $25 million Las Vegas home on the market — or, as he calls it, “Museo.” Like many billionaires, Wynn eventually tired of toiling in his given field (the luxury casino and hotel industry) and pursued his true passions as a collector of both real estate and fine art. Before we get into the details, let’s say it: Wynn’s reputation is less than sterling. In 2018, he was forced to resign from Wynn Resorts after multiple claims of sexual misconduct, and ex-wife Elaine Wynn has also sued him over his alleged sexual assault of an employee. A friend to President Trump, Wynn has alienated many in recent years. And that’s exactly why we’re so glad that this newly renovated home-slash-museum will soon belong to a new owner.
Wynn’s Vegas paradise sits on 1.5 acres of property in a secured community, just a stone’s throw away from the Las Vegas Country Club. With 13,500 square feet of living space, the home includes six bedrooms, nine baths, two kitchens, his-and-hers executive offices, a gym, laundry room, and more. The decor is as luxurious as you can imagine, playing off the home’s Old World European architecture. But contrary to appearances, Museo is as modern as it gets.
Given the collections of rare art on the property, Wynn has several safeguards in place to protect his valuable collection. A state-of-the-art gas suppression system, an emergency-lock gallery hallway, and infrared cameras are just a few of the measures he’s installed. Museo also has its own power plant that can run the home for 36 hours, because who has time to deal with blackouts, right?