LAS VEGAS - A Las Vegas estate owned by comedian Jerry Lewis received a $2.5 million offer from an undisclosed bidder during a Saturday auction, the Las Vegas Journal-Review reported.
Lewis, 91, who died in August 2017, lived with his wife, Sam, at the estate for the last 35 years of his life, the newspaper reported.
The home’s current owner, Jane Popple, who bought the home from Sam Lewis on June 30 for $1.2 million, listed the property for $1.8 million, the Review-Journal reported.
The pending sale is subject to a review of the buyer’s financing, according to Azi Williams of Real Estate Resolution Corp.
“I made sure this was done right,” Popple told the Review-Journal on Saturday. “We weren’t trying to fool anybody.”
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