Steve Wynn and the South Ocean Boulevard Estate (Credit: Sotheby’s and Getty Images)
Embattled casino mogul Steve Wynn paid $43 million for this oceanfront estate in Palm Beach, property records show.
Emma Cisneros of **** South Ocean Blvd. LLC, part of the billionaire Venezuelan family that owns a media conglomerate, sold the eight-bedroom, 24,600-square-foot mansion at 1960 South Ocean Boulevard. The buyer is 1960 LLC, in the care of a Las Vegas company tied to Wynn’s Wynn Fine Art.
Wynn — whose ex-wife filed a lawsuit alleging that he paid his manicurist $7.5 million after forcing her to have sex with him — will enjoy eight bedrooms, a billiards room, a chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry, a wine cellar and staff quarters, loggias, terraces, a guest house and a pool house at his new abode.
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The most recent listing for Steve Wynn’s newest house – mansion was stated this way (Thank you to Zillow.com)
‘World-renowned designer Juan Pablo Molyneux crafted the interiors of this majestic 24,600-square-foot estate on prestigious South Ocean Boulevard, which sits on a rare 2.25-acre gated estate with frontage on both The Atlantic Ocean and the waters of Lake Worth. An incomparable retreat, the villa stands out as a breathtaking example of Palm Beach style, combining European elegance and contemporary comfort. Vast, inviting, festive and liveable, the home offers eight bedrooms, eleven full and eight half baths, a library, a formal dining room and a living room with French doors that open to a coquina terrace. It also features a billiards room, a chefs kitchen with butlers pantry, a wine cellar and staff quarters, among other amenities. From coffered ceilings and stone fireplaces to gilt-embossed leather walls and trompe lil finishes, every room displays the Molyneuxs exceptional attention to refinement and detail. Using gold, turquoise, citrine, ochre, coral and terracotta, the designers palette mirrors the surrounding landscape. Windows throughout capture views of water, sky and trees. Outdoors, stairs cascade from the loggias of two pavilions to gorgeous terraces, a courtyard lush with bougainvillea, a heated swimming pool and a dock on the lake. Oceanside, formal gardens give way to a beautiful, privately accessed beach. A guest and pool house, six-car garage and expansive brick motor court complete the estate.’