Nestled between the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains, the 155-acre guard-gated community was originally developed as a golfer’s paradise, but in recent years, it’s also become—in the words of the New York Times—”a mecca for worshipers of high design.”
Now up for grabs in the desert oasis is a two-bedroom villa that, per its listing description, “has been carefully restored to the original Hollywood Regency glamour” by its owner, a former editor of Town & Country and House Beautiful.
Features include a dramatic Pullman-door entry, terrazzo floors, sliding glass walls, high ceilings, two atrium-style bathrooms, a private courtyard patio with zinc fountain, a new mansard roof, new appliances, and new HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems.
The 1,838-square-foot home is listed with an asking price of $425,000, plus a monthly HOA fee of $700, which covers shared amenities such as a saltwater swimming pool, tennis courts, a fitness center, banquet facilities, a clubhouse, and 24-hour security.
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