Chance Kornuth seeks $3.5 million for Las Vegas mansion

Poker expert Chance Kornuth is trying his luck in the Nevada desert, listing his home overlooking the Las Vegas Strip for $3.5 million.

That’s more than double what Kornuth – who currently ranks third in the US in the Global Poker Index – paid for the property in 2018. The house was completed a year later and has since been completed. Upgraded with custom accents and premium amenities on over 6,000 square feet.

The two-story home occupies half an acre in Southern Highland, a golf course complex in the foothills surrounding the city. It is located at the top of the neighborhood and takes advantage of the beautiful setting with many balconies and terraces with views of the Strip.

A private courtyard leads into the home, which has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and several upgraded areas including a large two-story room. Custom spaces include a glass wine cellar, game room, and entertainment loft.

The living room with the fireplace was back. On the second-floor balcony, a spiral staircase goes up to the roof.

While not quite as competitive as Southern California’s luxury market, Las Vegas has plenty of expensive real estate to look for. According to Redfin, there are seven homes currently listed for $10 million or more including a 9,400-square-foot gallery for $21 million and a three-story penthouse in Panorama Towers for $15. millions of dollars.

Kornuth, 35, started playing poker professionally in 2008 and has won nearly $10 million over the course of his career, according to the Global Poker Index.

Ivan Sher of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties holds the listing.

https://www.latimes.com/business/real-estate/story/2022-05-16/a-poker-players-mansion-overlooking-las-vegas-asks-3-5-million Chance Kornuth seeks $3.5 million for Las Vegas mansion

Edmund DeMarche

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