KISS singer Gene Simmons' Vegas party ends.

Gene Simmons, KISS rocker, sold his Las Vegas mansion and adjacent lot for $11 million after less than two years of ownership. 

Acquired in May 2021 for $8.2 million, he purchased the neighboring parcel with over 100 trees for an additional $2.6 million. 

– Total investment was $10.8 million, resulting in a modest return of $200,000, according to PropertyShark records.

Simmons, known for his "Demon" stage persona, moved to Nevada for tax benefits but mentioned his family was less enthusiastic about the relocation. 

The glitzy Sin City mansion and half-acre lot provided a luxurious setting for the rock icon's brief residency. 

The sale was reported by TMZ, highlighting the end of Simmons' time "rock-n-rolling" in Las Vegas. 

The property boasted a vibrant atmosphere suitable for partying, in line with Simmons' legendary rock and roll lifestyle. 

Gene Simmons, KISS rocker, sold his Las Vegas mansion and adjacent lot for $11 million after less than two years of ownership. 

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