Legendary Comedian Jerry Lewis's Clark County Property Sold in Foreclosure for $2 Million
Las Vegas, NV - A piece of entertainment history recently changed hands as a house formerly owned by legendary comedian Jerry Lewis was sold in a September foreclosure sale for approximately $2 million, according to Clark County property records. The sale of this iconic property has garnered significant attention in both the local community and online. The news of the sale was first reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which revealed that Brumbies Capital Inc., a private lending company, acquired the property in September. The company purchased the property for just over $2 million, as documented in records filed with the Clark County Recorder's Office. What makes this sale particularly intriguing is the property's history and its association with the beloved comedian Jerry Lewis. To shed light on the property's past, realtor, entrepreneur, and content creator Nathan Strager took viewers on a virtual tour of Jerry Lewis's former estate via his YouTube channel. The tour video quickly gained traction, amassing more than 73,000 views and counting. In the video, Nathan Strager shared insights about the property's history, showcasing various aspects of the house that still retained its original features from the time when Jerry Lewis lived there. Strager began the tour by stepping into the foyer, highlighting the original chandelier that once graced Lewis's home. The video depicted the preservation of historical elements during renovations, including the original doors and chandelier.