Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal’s House

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Lefty Rosenthal’s House, by the Numbers

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A notorious abode is up for grabs. It’s Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal’s House. You might be familiar with his escapades thanks to a little art-house film called Casino. (The character played by that up-and-comer Robert De Niro was largely based on Lefty.) And his Vegas compound has all of the essential mafioso trimmings—including proof of an alleged assassination attempt.

If that sounds like the kind of place you could hang your fedora, then let’s talk numbers.

Asking price: $777,000

Times you’ll use “fuhgeddaboudit” during negotiations: aim for 0

Square feet of smoke-mirrored ceilings, sunken bar, gold-leaf-accented railings and expansive living rooms: 3,266 (see the slideshow)

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3 full, 1 partial

Bulletproof windows and doors: just about all

Bullet holes that almost penetrated said windows: 1

And that’s...: 1 too many

Built-in pools with a diving board: 1

Times Joe Pesci cannonballed off of said diving board: none, but quite a mental picture

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Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal’s House
972 Vegas Valley Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-360-1414
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