The singer and actress Pia Zadora is selling a harmonious home in Las Vegas. The contemporary residence is on the market for $2.25 million.
The long-time performer, whose acting career came to a crashing halt when her performances in the 1980s were universally panned, moved on from her movie critics and started afresh as a songstress.
She was most recently featured in a weekly cabaret act in Las Vegas. She also appears to dabble in real estate, and is letting go of this home, which was built in 2016.
The single-story abode, located in Boulder Ridge, is part of a 42-home enclave at the base of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. With three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, the interior is “simple and sophisticated,” with “impeccable” design, according to the listing description.
The desert dwelling has a bright, open floor plan across its 4,027 square feet. It’s highlighted by a great room that features a living area with fireplace, a built-in bar with a wine fridge, and walls of windows that lead outside.
A large, sleek kitchen has been “maxed out with top-of-the-line appliances,” a counter with bar seating, and intriguing tile backsplashes. The kitchen opens out on the dining and living space.
A master suite comes complete with a private outdoor retreat off the master bathroom. The home’s layout also includes big secondary bedrooms for guest accommodations.
Outside, the large lot boasts a pool and spa, barbecue area, fire pit, and patios for dining and lounging.
The entertainer placed a different Vegas home on the market in 2018. Located in the planned Summerlin community, that upscale abode offered 4,700 square feet, five bedrooms, and was on the market for $3.25 million.
Zadora also made headlines in 1990, when she reportedly tore down a legendary Beverly Hills home called Pickfair, the former home of the movie stars Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, reportedly because she believed it was haunted.
Gavin Ernstone with Simply Vegas holds the listing.