Famed entertainer Jerry Lewis would often wear a red sweater or shirt during performances. His Las Vegas home in the historic Scotch 80s neighborhood also has plenty of red — everything from the carpets to the appliances.
The 7,325-square-foot house near Interstate 15 and Charleston Boulevard was listed this week for $1.4 million. Lewis, who died in August, lived at the property for 30 years, according to the listing.
The two-story house has five grand bedrooms with a separate casita and office. There are five full bathrooms. The pool and backyard are ideal for entertaining, the listing says.
“The bar in the family room was host to many celebrities and Las Vegas royalty,” the listing says.