Jerry Lewis’s home is up for sale. Let’s take a look inside

The iconic actor and comedian's grand mansion is on sale. The fans now have a chance to give the late actor's life a closer look.

Jerry Lewis' home in Las Vegas is up for sale and the 7,325 square foot property located at 1701 Waldman Ave is listed at $1.4 million, as per a report from ReviewJournal.

Sitting behind a white, wrought-iron gate, the famous comedian's estate boasts 6 bedrooms and 6 baths, a bar, and an elevator.

The property, where Lewis lived for around 35 years, also offers a separate casita and office and five full bathrooms. Additionally, it has an ideal pool and backyard for entertainment purposes.

The neighborhood where Lewis' mansion is located has been home to several big names in Hollywood since the 50's, as per the online source.

Famous names like Phyllis McGuire, Howard Hughes, Steve Wynn, Oscar and Carolyn Goodman, Shecky Greene, and The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers have taken up homes in the neighborhood in the past.

Lewis died at the age of 91 in August last year, as per another report published by ReviewJournal.

He was one of the most famous comedians of his time, who appeared in a number of films - usually alongside his partner, Dean Martin. Alongside Martin, Lewis rose to fame by starring in a nightclub act in 1946.

In 1956, he broke with Martin and began to write, direct as well as act in several movies. The Sad Sack, The Ladies Man, The Bellboy, and The Nutty Professor remains some of his most memorable works.

He was even nominated for Nobel Peace Prize in 1977 for his work with the Muscular Dystrophy Association.