|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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Walled and gated with three iron driveway gates for total privacy, This Grand Tennis Estate sits on 1.23 park-like acres in the most prime section of Old Las Palmas. The estate lives large with over 3,900 square feet and boasts a main house with two bedrooms, one casita plus a second casita/guest house with a king bed totaling five bedrooms and six full bathrooms.
The main house, built mid-century with glass museum-like entrance and flagstone floors throughout, also features a granite wet bar, stainless fireplace with stone surround and exquisite built-in custom cabinetry. The great room, dining and kitchen flow seamlessly together, making this a great entertaining home. Foodies alike will appreciate the gourmet kitchen with its state-of-the-art appliances and plenty workstations for preparation. The master suite comes with a spacious sitting area, and offers breathtaking views of the mountains and pool. The guest houses have been re-built from the ground up and offer the finest in guest accommodations.
The newly surfaced, commercially lit Tennis Court sits amidst stunning specimen landscaping and towering palm trees. A glass tile mosaic pool and spa and your own personal greenhouse, all surrounded by majestic mountain views, completes this exquisite picture. The house also features a poolside outdoor movie screen with a projector. With its incredible views and great location, Old Las Palmas Estate is the perfect vacation home for your next Palm Springs adventure.
- Master Suite: 1 King & 1 Sofa Sleeper
- Guest Suite: 1 King
- Guest Suite: 1 Full
- Guest Suite: 1 Full
- Guest House Suite: 1 King
When it comes to a Palm Springs getaway, thoughts of poolside pleasures and verdant fairways come to mind, but there's a lot more to this desert oasis than meets your eye. You might be be surprised to learn that Palm Springs boasts a vast concentration of Mid-Century Modern architecture, or that it's the date (as in the fruit) capitol of the world. Of course, you're going to want to pack your bathing suit and some sunscreen, but don't forget your hiking shoes and perhaps even a parka if you plan on going to the top of San Jacinto Mountain. From Elvis's Honeymoon Hideaway to some serious shopping opportunities, you'll have more fun under the sun than you could have ever imagined.