Gangster's Paradise: Home of Las Vegas mobster portrayed in 'Casino' hits the market

The former home of infamous Las Vegas mob legend Tony 'The Ant' Spilotro is going up for sale in Las Vegas, as seen in footage filmed Thursday. Spilotro lived in the Las Vegas house from 1974 up until his murder in 1986. The notorious mob enforcer was portrayed by Joe Pesci in the 1995 Martin Scorsese drama 'Casino'. «This home is more than just an average four-bedroom home with a nice... Еще-sized pool. This is a piece of history,» said broker Shannon Smith of RealtyOneGroup. He added: «Tons of people are interested in the story. Mobs, whether you like them or don't, they ruled Las Vegas at one time and it's a piece of history just to own and just to stand in a home like this.» The four-bedroom, two-bathroom house includes a pool and is situated on a third of an acre of land (1349m²) It is on the market for US$419,900 (£323.462 ; €368.611)

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