Privacy, security, and plenty of space for multigenerational living await at this two-story estate in Rancho Bel Air, an upscale guard gated community with deep roots in Las Vegas history. Beyond the expansive front garden, wrought iron gate, and custom beveled glass door, welcome your guests in the marble-floored entry with 19’ ceilings. The former residence of Jay Sarno, founder of Caesar’s Palace and friend of Sammy Davis Jr., this estate was frequented by members of the Rat Pack, such as Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford (John F. Kennedy’s brother-in-law). This home hosts a variety of classic spaces, including formal living and dining rooms and a spacious family room with a palatial granite hearth, built-in surround sound, and a wet bar with a wine wall. With views of both the front and rear yards, the kitchen boasts granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, including a pair of Sub-Zero column refrigerators. Exemplifying classy entertainment, the generous rear yard contains a newly-plastered 39’ pool, a jacuzzi, a granite outdoor kitchen, and a wealth of mature citrus and pomegranate trees. Temporary guests and longterm lodgers alike will appreciate the poolside guest house, complete with its own kitchen, dining area, living room, bathroom, and spacious bedroom. In the main house, a pair of staircases and an elevator serve the upper level, where you’ll find a skylit master suite with hers and his vanities and cider wood closets, a jetted tub and steam shower, a sitting area, and a private den. Six additional bedrooms complete this home—four upstairs with en suite amenities and two downstairs. Unquestionably convenient, this estate sits on a .61-acre lot beside the guard gate. Over the years, several celebrities have called Rancho Bel Air home. Residents of this community enjoy not only the history and security, but also the prime location that this gated enclave offers. Living here, you’ll have quick access to the I-15 and US 95 freeways, the Las Vegas Medical District, the Strip, and Downtown Las Vegas.