With the passing of magicians Siegfried and Roy, their spectacular Las Vegas compound was put up for sale. On the market for just a few days, the property realized its $3 million asking price with a sale to Brett Carden, owner of the Carden International Circus. Built in 1954 and purchased by the magicians in 1982, the compound known as the “Jungle Palace” or “Little Bavaria” spans eight acres of grounds, and includes multiple parcels with several homes, three pools, and animal enclosures. White lions and tigers once roamed the grounds and were said to sleep in the bed with Roy. Statues and paintings of big cats still decorate the meticulously turned-out property.