Liberace's Las Vegas home, a 15,000 square foot 2 bedroom, 10 bathroom mansion, has sold for $500,000. The performer lived in the house from 1974 until his death in 1987, and though the property has been owned by others since, some of its original glitz remains. The new owner is a fan, and is working with the Liberace Foundation to restore the place "to its former glory."
In other news, Apple tests an iPhone trade-in program, and an English manor's renovation project gets a playground twist. See the headlines after the jump.
• Liberace's Las Vegas Mansion Has Finally Sold, Bought By Fan For A Mere $500,000 | HuffPost Home
• Apple’s iPhone Trade-in Program Is Already Being Piloted, Here’s How It Works | TechCrunch
• Cliveden House's New 57-Foot Slide Is Insane | HuffPost Home
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