Some high­lights in the his­tory of the Lib­er­ace Man­sion

Las Vegas Review-Journal (Sunday) - - FROM THE COVER -

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.

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