The Extravagant Las Vegas Mansion From 'Casino' Is On Sale For $3.5M (Photos)

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Looking for a home with a little character and a ton of history?

Feast your eyes on this massive 31,000-square-foot eight-bedroom mansion in Las Vegas that just hit the market.

The home's previous owner, Toni Hart, was a former evangelist and musician who passed away last year.

She purchased the property back in 1978 for just $190,000.

The Hartland Mansion's past guests include Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley and Robert De Niro. De Niro shot scenes for the 1995 film "Casino" in the living room.

According to Daily Mail, the home wasn't always as massive as it is today.

Back in 1970, two homes were joined together to form the mansion. Unfortunately, the home saw dark days later on when damaging fires broke out in 1980 and 1981.

That's when Toni Hart and her son decided to decorate it and double the size of the property from 13,000 square feet to 31,000 square feet.

If you've ever wondered what a luxurious Las Vegas home looks like, this is it! Interested? The home is on the market for a cool $3.5 million.

Check out the photos below for a closer look!

The Hartland Mansion is a 31,000-square-foot home located near downtown area Las Vegas.

This eight-bedroom masterpiece is known for its star-studded guest list over the years as well as its architecture.

Guests included Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley and Robert De Niro.

The home's previous owner, Toni Hart, was a former evangelist and musician.

She purchased the property back in 1978 for just $190,000.

After two fires damaged the home in the 1980s, Hart decided to rebuild and expand the home.

With the help of her son, Hart was able to restore the famous home.

It took about seven years to rebuild.

Each room has inspiration from the Palace of Versailles, and the exterior is similar to the Plaza Inn at Disneyland.

Living at The Hartland Mansion would be like living in a museum.

There is so much history in this property, you probably wouldn't want to touch anything.

I mean, when was the last time you considered buying a house so many famous people stayed in?

As of now, the mansion is on the market for $3.5 million.