Some highlights in the history of the Liberace Mansion
1962: The home at 4982 Shirley St. is built.
Aug. 2, 1974: Liberace, the flamboyant pianist and Las Vegas headliner, buys the property.
Feb. 4, 1987: Liberace dies of what a coroner ruled as
AIDS-related pneumonia at his home in Palm Springs, California.
May 18, 1988: The mansion
becomes the property of the Liberace Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 1976 that
awarded scholarships and grants to performing arts students.
Feb. 14, 1989: The home is purchased by a married couple, T. Vance Turner and Jan L. Turner
Oct. 5, 2006: The Turners sell the home for $3.7 million to Terrance Lee Dzvonick.
Feb. 5, 2010: JPMorgan Chase Bank forecloses.
23, 2013: Businessman Martyn Ravenhill purchases the home for just over $500,000 and spends several years renovating it to appear as it did when Liberace owned it.
March 2016: The mansion is designated the first Clark County Historic Landmark.