Gene Simmons Wants $15M for His Las Vegas Modern with a Garden of 133 Trees

Mere month after picking up this modern Las Vegas stunner in the spring, rockstar Gene Simmons is already seeking to ‘KISS’ it goodbye. Why so soon? Well, it’s a simple answer. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the musician shared that his family is not loving the city’s famously hot climate. Instead, they are heating up the market by selling the Henderson, Nevada listing, now asking $14.95 million.

Perched on a mountainside and wrapped in walls of glass, the 10,871-square-foot home offers endless views of the famous Las Vegas Strip. All night, you can see the vibrant lights on the horizon.

However, the home’s location and lively vistas don’t mean it’s destined to be a party pad. The interiors imbue serenity, blending natural stone, wood accents, and unfinished concrete easily. The home also has a unique garden holding 133 trees and walking paths for quiet moments of contemplation.

Calm, yes, but you could never accuse the modern of being boring. It’s a dream for entertaining with a huge pool and spa, a recreation room with a wet bar, a home theater, and multiple patios and terraces to spread out across. In the kitchen, you’ll find fun pops of color that add personality to the design as well. The 11-car garage, 6 bedrooms, and 8 baths also present great hosting possibilities.

For those who are happy basking in desert temperatures, The Ivan Sher Group in Las Vegas—the leading luxury team with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties—has the listing. Evangelina Duke-Petroni, broker-salesperson, and Ivan Sher, principal at The Ivan Sher Group, are co-representing it.