Location: 2747 Paradise Rd #3703, Las Vegas, NV

Square Footage: 6,401 interior + 2,500 exterior

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 2 bedrooms & 6 bathrooms

Price: $6,500,000

This opulent 2-floor penthouse is located atop the Turnberry in Las Vegas, NV. It was built in 2003 and features approximately 6,401 square feet of interior living space with 2 bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, home office, game room with wet bar and slot machines and a home theater with 5 TV screens. There is a whopping $2+ million worth of Phyllis Morris Custom Carved Furniture. There is also a 2,500 square foot private rooftop promenade with swimming pool and spa.

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  • Daniel

    King Tut’s retreat when he isn’t at Luxor.




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  • Grrrowler

    Are Turnberry apartments still commanding this kind of price? This is gaudy, even for Vegas.

    In the late 1980s, I went aboard a yacht designed by Roy Sklarin called Night Crossing, and thought it was tacky beyond belief. I see that the years have not improved on his designs.




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  • lola

    WOW 6mill for only 2 bedrooms…I don’t care what state or city(Las vegas) it’s in,I will never pay 6mill for 2 bedroom apartment. Sorry that’s just me.




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    • Teddi

      Nope, it’s not just you. I wouldn’t either. Unless my last name is Bin Laden and nowhere else would take me, it’s not happening. Still don’t understand the need for 5 full bathrooms with only 2 bedrooms in a condo. makes absolutely no sense. Neither does the price.




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  • Venom

    Appropriately enough Vegas tacky.




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  • Teddi

    My face actually contorted involuntarily at seeing the bed. Anyway, what I’m getting here is that they want $4.5 million for a 2 bedroom condo (if you tell them to keep the tacky furniture) in Vegas. Even at 6000sf I don’t see it. There has to be some really kick ass amenities to go with that price. Turnberry or not, if you strip away the furniture and simply pay attention to the rooms, I don’t get. 1st, it’s 2 bedrooms. So that’s an immediate drawback. 2nd, Who needs 5 full bathrooms for a 2 bedroom home? How many visitors are swinging by to take a shower? Almost no space or real effort was allocated for that kitchen. The theater room…isn’t. More like a tv room within a game room. No attempt of separating space or sound was made. Then they parked theater seating in front of the TVs so they could claim there’s a theater.




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