Two Las Vegas Extreme Makeover Homes on Market
Last night, CBS affiliate lasvegasnow.com reported that two Las Vegas Extreme Makeover homes are hitting the market , including one that was built just five months ago.
The Cerda family home at 5760 Royal Castle Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89130, is on the market for $500,000 and the Broadbent Family home at 3122 Webster Circle, North Las Vegas, 89030, is not on the market yet, but is expected to hit anytime soon.
This past March, the Extreme Makeover crew demolished the Cerda home and rebuilt a new one within seven days. The Cerda’s original house had mold in the walls, allergens and outdated plumbing that threatened the already weak immune systems of daughters Molly and Maggie, who have Combined Immune Deficiency Disease.
According to lasvegasnow.com:
… Chuck Cerda had been relocated in his job with the Department of Homeland Security. The house quietly went on the market. The listing agent refused to comment on the record for this story and he also would not allow the Cerdas to speak to the media about the sale.
Meanwhile, Patricia Broadbent’s home was given an Extreme Makeover in 2004. Broadbent, who has lung cancer and has raised three adopted AIDS-afflicted daughters, says her kids are grown and out of the house, so she wants to downsize and buy a condo.
[Hat tip: Shanya]