You Can Live In Liberace’s Former Old Las Palmas Neighborhood

The vintage postcard (left) shows the front of the home on Belardo Road, in downtown Palm Springs, where Liberace died in 1978, at the age of 67.

Liberace bought the 7,000 square foot, 7 bedroom, 8 bathroom mansion in 1967. After his death the Liberace Foundation intended to turn the estate into a museum and bed and breakfast, but the city of Palm Springs denied the permit. So, in 1988 the Foundation sold the home to an individual buyer, who owned it for over two decades. The owner put the home on the market a couple of years ago and, according to the Desert Sun newspaper, the estate finally sold in April 2010 for $1.2 million, to a buyer who is currently restoring it.

CLICK HERE TO SEARCH ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN THE OLD LAS PALMAS NEIGHBORHOOD where Liberace once lived.