Just a few weeks after the first anniversary of the worst mass murder in US history, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned a home that belonged to Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock has been sold – and profits from the sale will go directly to the families of his victims.
As Radar has reported, the house, located at 1735 Del Webb Parkway W in Reno, was originally listed for $399,000. After sitting on the market for nearly four months, the price was slashed to $374,900, and it went into escrow on Oct. 13. The identity of the buyer has not been revealed.
The house is located on a quiet block in a private community for people age 55 and above. Paddock bought it in 2013 for $228,500. The 1,410-square-foot-home features two bedrooms, two baths and amenities like high ceilings, lots of natural light, a kitchen breakfast bar and features views all around. The community also has a clubhouse and indoor pool for residents, who can take exercise classes and dance classes.
Another house Paddock owned in nearby Mesquite, Nevada is still on the market for $450,000.
Paddock, 64, was described as an “unremarkable man” before the Oct. 1 2017 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that killed 58 people attending an outdoor concert.
In August, Las Vegas police closed their investigation into the mass killing without finding an answer as to why Paddock opened fire on innocents.
“What we have been able to answer are the questions of who, what, when, where and how,” Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said when the case was closed. “What we have not been able to definitively answer is … why Stephen Paddock committed this act.”
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