Danny Gans, who was a popular Las Vegas performer, owned this Corona del Mar house before he died at age 52 in 2009. (Composite by Marilyn Kalfus, Orange County Register/SCNG; Inset: File photo; House: Andrew Bramasco)
A five-bedroom, Cape Cod-inspired house in Corona del Mar that was owned by late Vegas headliner Danny Gans is on the market for $6.395 million.
The two-story, 5,772-square-foot, ocean-view home is located in Shore Cliffs, a neighborhood with private access to Little Corona Beach.
Built in 2006, the house has formal dining and living rooms and a great room with disappearing doors opening to a covered lanai, brick outdoor fireplace and secluded backyard.
In the kitchen are a large island and professional-grade appliances, glazed cabinets and a walk-in pantry, as well as a seating area. The master suite includes an office and deck.
Among the design highlights are a Dutch entry door, sweeping staircase, fireplaces throughout the home, Walnut plank floors and coffered tongue and groove ceilings.
John Stanaland of HOM Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.
A singer, actor and impressionist, Gans was a top performer on the Las Vegas strip. He died suddenly in 2009 at 52 years old.
His death was ruled accidental, caused by heart and blood diseases together with a prescription painkiller for chronic pain, the Clark County coroner said. The official stressed there was no drug abuse involved.
Gans’ family is selling the house, according to property records.
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The nearly 19,000-square-foot estate is set on 4 acres in the secluded, gated community. (Composite by Marilyn Kalfus, Orange County Register/SCNG; Inset: File photo; House: Panton Real Estate Video Tours)