Yet another upper-tier property owned by casino czar Steve Wynn has surfaced on the open market. The latest estate — an Idaho retreat with 15,453 sq. ft. of interiors, eleven bedrooms, fourteen baths, and 4.36 acres to roam — listed recently with a $27 million asking price.
The main house, a massive, winged lodge-style structure, is located in Ketchum, an alpine burg most famous for being the geographical location from which Ernest Hemingway chose to exit this world. Like other Wynn-owned residences, the house has the feel of an expensive resort, beginning with a lavish covered entrance presided over by an antler chandelier.
Inside, the home is atmospheric and refined, eschewing the expected rusticity for an identity that combines naturalistic elements with high-style flourishes that include a deco-ish backlit wet bar and a suspended staircase with illuminated treads. The master, one of six suites in the house, features velvet-like carpet in the bedroom, and expands to incorporate a massive bath and dressing room. Additional amenities include a catering-ready kitchen, massage room, and gym, while a heated pool stands sentry against the wintry weather outside and a 3,000 sq. ft. guest house backs up the accommodations.
The property follows Wynn’s Las Vegas, Beverly Hills, and Manhattan homes to the open market. The Sin City home appeared for sale in June of 2020 with a $25 million ask, and changed hands two years later for $17.5 million; the California compound, a palatial custom build for Guess co-founder Maurice Marciano, appeared in March of 2020 with a $135 million ask, which was ultimately reduced to $100 million early last year. The New York penthouse listed recently for $90 million.
Wynn’s net worth is around $3.2 billion, per Forbes.