Chumlee of ‘Pawn Stars’ sells Vegas party pad
Pop the champagne. After a series of price cuts, “Pawn Stars” celebrity Chumlee has sold his Las Vegas party pad for $1.375 million.
It’s found about five miles off the Vegas Strip, but the desert dwelling has still seen its fair share of action. Three years ago, police searched the home and found guns, drugs and what authorities described as a “Chum Chum Room with Dance Pole.”
Spanning two acres, the compound holds a 6,200-square-foot home, a guesthouse and an entertainer’s backyard with a rock-lined swimming pool.
Dark colors and bold accents fill the dramatic interior, with living spaces splashed with shades of black, brown and burgundy. There’s a center-island kitchen, a formal dining room and an expansive living room with a massive stone fireplace.
A wrought-iron staircase leads to the second story, which holds most of the home’s five bedrooms and 4.75 bathrooms. The master suite opens to a private balcony.
Elsewhere, amenities include a billiards room, movie theater and den with a wet bar. Palm trees top the landscaped backyard complete with a patio, cabana, street lights and a spa.
Kyle Gluhm of Realty ONE Group handled both ends of the deal.
Chumlee, whose real name is Austin Lee Russell, has starred in all 15 seasons of “Pawn Stars,” which showcases the day-to-day operations of the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas. He was charged with 20 felony counts in 2016 and, in a plea deal, agreed to three years of probation.
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