Here’s one item you won’t find at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop: Reality television personality Corey Harrison, better known as “Big Hoss” on the History cable channel’s “Pawn Stars,” has put his home in Las Vegas up for sale at $2.39 million.
Set behind gates on more than an acre, the seven-bedroom, six-bathroom home was renovated and expanded by Harrison during his ownership. Features of note include a new-look kitchen complete with leathered-granite countertops and an oversized master suite with a soaking tub, a steam shower and custom walk-in closets.
The 7,069 square feet of living space also includes a lower basement level, which is something of a rarity in Las Vegas. Dressed in a hunter’s green hue with brick accents, the basement has a full bar, a home theater and a game/entertainment area.
Outdoors, the palm-topped grounds center on a custom swimming pool that has a water slide and a waterfall feature. A fire pit, a built-in barbecue and a pair of three-car garages also lie within the grounds.
Harrison stands to more than double his money should he get close to his asking price — he bought the house three years ago for $1 million, property records show.
Frank Napoli of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties holds the listing.
Harrison, 33, is the manager of day-to-day operations at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, which is featured on the show. He has appeared on the reality series since 2009 with his grandfather, Richard “Old Man” Harrison, and his father, Rick Harrison.