The Wall Street Journal showcased this home
as part of the Private Properties column. Once quietly marketed for as much as $60 million, the home is now officially listed for $37.5 million
. It is one of the biggest homes in Las Vegas and was reportedly built for Prince Jefri Bolkiah of Brunei. The estate is on 11.2-acres that include an equestrian center, polo
practice field, an 11 car garage, swan pond, tennis court and resort-size pool. There is enough parking for 50 vehicles.There are a total of 17 bedroom suites. The home has a restaurant grade commercial kitchen, a nightclub, ballroom, a men's spa and salon and a ladies spa and salon. Rooms are on a grand scale and the entire residence has the feel of a luxury hotel. The Wall Street Journal reports that the home is owned by Eric Petersen, the president of Consumer Credit Services, Inc. who purchased the nearly completed estate in 2004 for $14 million.