"Casa de Shenandoah" was going to be a Newton-themed amusement park, but after a series of "lawsuits, money disputes, and poor planning," the property has been listed for $48 million, down from $70 million, reports
EMPTY_CAPTION"Casa de Shenandoah" was going to be a Newton-themed amusement park, but after a series of "lawsuits, money disputes, and poor planning," the property has been listed for $48 million, down from $70 million, reports
The exterior of the incredible estate.
The home stands behind majestic gates.
The main home is pictured. There are an additional seven homes on the property.
Behind the carved wooden doors lies an extraordinary foyer.
A look at the foyer's curved staircase.
The two-story living room features columns and a fireplace.
The kitchen boasts a T-shaped center island.
The dining room has wood-paneled ceilings and a fireplace.
The lagoon-style pool has fountains and multi-levels.
One of the additional homes on the property.
There's an equestrian pool on the property.
A look at the tennis court on the property.
The listing reports there's a "car museum" on the property.
There are 37 stables on the property.
There's an F28 jet and terminal on the grounds.
Inside the jet.
A look at the 36-acre property.
Newton kept exotic animals on the property, including Arabian Horses and sloths, and had this massive bird cage built that held 100 types of birds.