Dwell Magazine

Dwell Magazine

Desert House has made modern architectural history with its program, and international acclaim. Its incredible value today is peace and serenity imparted by space. Space within and without are one. Here, isolated in the vast panoramic landscape of Cochella Valley, the mystery and magic of the desert have not been conquered, they are tangible. This is architecture at home within the vast array of stars in the desert sky, and alive within a fragrant landscape anchored by twin sisters Mount San Jacinto and Mount San Gorgonio. The 7.5 acre site is locaed approximately 15 minutes north of the Palm springs, California airport. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, an artist’s studio and pool. – $1,195.00

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