Luxury real estate broker, Michele Sullivan, has the perfect place to chill out if the pandemonium around her new property gets out of hand because there’s a hidden panic room nearby.
The new listing, which was built and owned by the ex-Lieutenant Governor of Nevada, Lorraine Hunt, is an immaculate English Tudor custom-built property that sits behind a guard gate in the exclusive and private neighborhood of Seven Hills, a master-planned community located in Henderson. It currently sits with a price tag of $1.8 million.
According to the listing, the home features a large open floor-plan with a balcony and loft, custom finishes throughout including a hand-carved fireplace and entertainment center. Exquisite wood floors, wood beams, and a full wet bar. Primary features of the home include vaulted ceilings, a sitting area with a fireplace, and dual bathrooms. There is also a Chef’s Kitchen with a large island, breakfast nook, custom cabinets, and Viking Appliances.
The backyard is beautifully landscaped and includes a pool and spa to help beat the heat in Sin City.
Perhaps the coolest feature of the home, besides the spiral staircase, is a panic room hidden by a secret bookcase. As both a politician and entertainer, Lorraine Hunt knew the importance of security and had the room installed when the house was originally constructed.
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In the News
The property was also recently featured during a local Las Vegas news package with Michele announcing a charity push for the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital during Childhood Cancer Awareness month.
As we reported, unicorn cookies can be ordered from a bakery in Las Vegas that will donate to the fund, as well as Michele matching donations with a goal of $5,000.
The cookie charity drive was inspired by a local Vegas girl who beat cancer twice. Addie Stuart sat down for an interview with KTNV 13 to talk about her journey. Shooting on location at a luxury mansion graciously provided by one of Michele Sullivan’s clients, Addie told her story on-camera about how important the staff at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital was throughout her battle.