The ventriloquist and comedian Terry Fator, winner of “America’s Got Talent,” has put his Italian villa-style Las Vegas mansion back on the market. It’s now available for $4.5 million.
The grand home is located in an exclusive, gated desert community known as the Southern Highlands, where it occupies a half-acre lot.
The home, which was built in 2007, has been on and off the market multiple times in the past several years, at prices ranging from $3.2 million to $5.3 million.
There’s plenty of room for Fator’s dozens of puppets in the four-bedroom, 8,093-square-foot stone mansion.
Inside, numerous wrought-iron chandeliers hang on chains between the exposed wood beams that support the soaring ceilings.
The enormous great room, which serves as the heart of the home, is a sight to behold.
It contains a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, reclaimed French hardwood flooring, an elaborate bar, and pocket doors that open out to the terrace.
At one end of the great room is a grand kitchen with two islands, plenty of bar seating, as well as marble countertops on custom, carved wood cabinetry. It has professional chef-grade stainless-steel appliances, and thanks to the soaring ceilings, feels extremely spacious.
Other fancy features include a formal dining room with a double-sided wine storage cabinet that also services the game room, a home theater, and a stately office/library.
There’s also an impressive spa room with an in-ground pool, a fireplace, and an elaborate hand-painted ceiling.
Outdoor spaces are just as elaborate as the showy interior spaces. Multiple covered patio areas are flanked by fireplaces, fountains, plus an outdoor kitchen with a barbecue. There’s also a sizable pool with a Baja shelf and a rock wall with cascading waterfalls.
Guests can enjoy their own private casita with a kitchen and a bathroom.
Fator, 56, catapulted to stardom when he won Season 2 of “America’s Got Talent,” which earned him a million-dollar prize and a gig in Las Vegas. He became so popular in Sin City that he became the headliner at The Mirage hotel and casino, with a five-year, $100 million contract. When his current Vegas booking at the New York-New York Hotel wraps up, he’s set to tour the country through the spring of 2022.
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