The pink palazzo gives a great bit of Italian splendor -- even if Jeff thinks the terra cotta would be better served painted in a tone-on-tone scheme.
The home sits on 1 acre of land, and features plenty of fountains in case you don't want to travel the 20 minutes to the Bellagio.
This bathroom does have the stately stark thing down pretty well.
The bathroom features a peek-a-boo double shower stall. Perfect for when you are hosing off with a less-than-bashful pal.
The stately carved double doors open onto a marble bath that puts most any other marble bath to shame. That tub!
The master bedroom is one of six, and features coffered ceilings and a balcony that over looks the pool (filled with fountains of course).
The kitchen's breakfast nook is the perfect place to have toast and coffee when you don't want the formality of dining in one of your two dining rooms.
The mural took 70 days to paint, which means these angels (not cherubs) have tons of intricate details.
The pink palazzo's architecture harkens to Italy, with a Vegas twist of course.
The marble kitchen features a breakfast nook as well. And we have to say, the lime green walls do really make that large-veined marble pop.
Not only is the inside filled with sweeping grandeur, the home, built in 2007, is part of an sought-after Southern Highlands golf community.
The grand entry hall opens up to a two-story living room, complete with Juliet balconies.
The game room features a wet bar, ensuring that game night can stay raucous. Plus how can your resist taking a load off on one of these many decorative poufs?
There is a sort of Caesars Palace meets Sgt. Peppers theme going once you take in the bold colors, marble floors, high arches, and Corinthian columns, right?
Not a bad place to kick back and watch TV.
Club Vista is an impressive 11,000 square feet and sits on 1.2 hilltop acres, giving you a heightened view of the debauchery in the city below.
The semi-circular terraces are perfect for entertaining with views of your massive pool. Who doesn't love a party in the round?
Brandie might not like a marble tub surround, but the wide berth of this tub would be perfect for stacking a few books and candles on to set up a really nice soak.
The master bedroom is one of eight and just off of the upstairs' light-flooded L-shapped gallery.
Working wouldn't be so terrible if your office was this glass rotunda. Though we have to mention it doesn't look like there is too much paperwork on this desk.
The double height living room and dining room make keep the modest 11,000 square feet feel anything but cramped.
Oh did we mention the fine detailing on the ceilings in the common areas?
The home has many references to art deco, but the extensive collection of antiques keeps it from going too modern. It's up to you if you want to sell or just donate them.
How much time do you have for this estate sale? Because we've got a lot of things for you to peruse.
Mary McDonald's summary of the home in five words: overscaled, eclectic classicism casually displayed.
The media center and game room is paneled in fine wood, which gives the home the "saloon-ery" feel that Mary McDonald felt the need to dress for.
The life-sized bronze maiden is worth a mere $25,000, which is a lot of store credit if Jeff really can manage to return the piece. But thankfully the 60-foot pool with infinity-edge and city views has plenty of room for you, Jeff, and the maiden to take a dip.
It's Vegas, why not throw a little Egyptian artifacts into the mix? The home features antiques from all five continents -- just in case you're a completest.
The illuminated staircase adds an extra level of drama come nightfall -- all for a paltry $100,000.
The black tiled bathroom gets a few touches greenery to keep your personal space from feeling too drab.
With eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and two guest houses, you could entertain nearly all of your friends in a home that screams Hollywood historical drama.
Tucked into the exclusive enclave of Summerlin, Palms Green Court is set on 1.1 acres.
The house is a sprawling 20,000 square feet and features a grand foyer that opens up to a series of arched doorways.
The highly carved wood paneled doors let you know you are in for some Liberace-level realness in this Hollywood-style mega mansion.
One of two dining rooms, this features a full bar for your more lubricated dinner parties.
The other dining room, complete with stained glass window purchased from European churches would work nicely for your more stately evening entertaining.
The home is part of a planned golf community, so if you tire of walking your own acreage, you can always play a few holes nearby.
The outdoor pool is adorned with a bevy of fine stone carvings and statues.
How about a casual swim in your indoor pool (which feels semi-outdoor thanks to its cloud painted ceiling)? When you're done with your laps step into the "massage center" next door.
Blue and white is a classic kitchen color scheme, and in true Vegas fashion the color scheme has been taking to the hilt.
The inlaid cabinetry and fine ranges in this kitchen would be the perfect place to crank out eats for dinner in one of your two dining rooms. (And by that we man you can pay someone to do it).
The home has just a few decorative touches. Just a few.
If you're not exhausted from touring the 20-thousand square feet, stop into the home's fitness center for a quick workout.
The Parisian flair of the screening room would make any film feel more romantic.
The Victorian style library offers the perfect locale for reading
The gilded iron staircase is a lot of look, but Mary believes if it was stripped down it could provide a nice raw Spanish style touch.