Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison Gives Us a Tour Before Selling His House!
We're diving into the luxurious world of celebrity real estate with our realtor to the stars Zar Zanganeh, who's getting the grand tour from Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison for a special edition of Star Properties!
Harrison led Zar on a personal tour of his $3.9 million luxe estate in Las Vegas.
"There's a lot of really cool spots," Harrison says about his favorite spots in the home. I love my office, the living room's really neat."
When the pair approached an old-time looking Rick Harrison movie poster on the wall of his in-home theater, the businessman explained:
"I'm in the film business, so I wanted a really cool theater in the house. That's one of the reasons why I bought this house."
The TV personality then led Zar up to a 12th-century stained glass window.
"Here's one of the cooler things in the house," Harrison says. "Probably 1190ish, right around then."
Some other cool features of the Harrison's home? A door hanging on the wall framed with reclaimed wood from a 200-year-old barn, a fireplace covered in $1,500 per gallon car paint, and a kitchen island made of agates set in acrylic.
The Power of Pawn Stars
After 17 years, Pawn Stars seems to be doing better than ever. Harrison has a guess as to why:
"People love to learn. They just like to learn from their uncle," the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop co-owner says with a laugh. "And I make it fun, and I make it interesting. It's always been our family's show, and people still enjoy it. It still gets great ratings."
Why is Harrison selling his house in the first place?
"If you watch my TV show, you know I'm sort of a spastic guy. I've always had a machine shop at my house, and I moved my whole machine shop to my ranch, and now I'm really bored. I have horses and all these other things, and I have 29 cars. Even the garages here aren't big enough for all my cars."
Watch Pawn Stars Monday nights on the History Channel.