Liberace's estate, once considered for development as a museum or a bed-and-breakfast hotel, is now on the home buyers' market at the discounted price of $750,000. The walled estate on Palm Canyon Drive in this desert resort's downtown area, had been listed for $850,000. "Publicity surrounding the possible museum proposal led many potential customers to believe the retreat had been sold," said Rudy Dangcil, listing agent with the Eadie Adams Realty Co. of Palm Springs. Under terms of the new listing, the buyer may also submit a signed bid to purchase the home's furnishings. Previous plans were to sell the furnishings separately at auction.
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