Escape to the California desert…
This off-grid getaway in Pioneertown is folded into its natural surroundings, enveloped in sandy hues and sheets of California sunshine.
Located on five acres of untouched land, this house is a creative getaway with an ever-evolving rotation of unique curated pieces, inviting guests to relax, unwind and be inspired.
Tucked away in a secluded corner near Palm Springs, this hotel is the only residence designed by legendary architect John Lautner that is open to the public, a throwback to the futuristic cool of the mid-20th century.
A minimalist sanctuary situated on 3.6 acres of unfenced land, right in front of a giant stack of boulders, and minutes from Joshua Tree National Park, this is the perfect desert escape.
Placed among unspoiled expanses of desert and ancient rock formations, this unique home uses glass to expand horizons and blur the lines between the quiet sophistication of the interiors and the drama outside.
Nestled into an oasis of native cacti and palm trees, hidden behind distinctive block walls, this classic holiday home in Palm Springs is a private vintage hideaway.
Located in the largely undiscovered Pipes Canyon Valley, this adobe home is just a stone’s throw from historic Pioneertown at the foothills of the Big Bear mountains adjoining over 30,000 acres of nature conservancy land.
This playful, newly-built home is surrounded in desert landscape, and its extensive grounds, large deck and Jacuzzi make a great place to unwind in at night and watch the stars.
Set within a vast spread of almost 80 acres, this restored mid-century is adjacent to Joshua Tree National Park, with spectacular uninterrupted views of the desert and mountains.
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