This residence is nestled in Araby Cove in South Palm Springs just below the prestigious Southridge Estates. Hollywood celebrities such as Bob Hope, Steve McQueen, and William Holden were long-term residents of Southridge. A glimpse of the iconic Elrod Lautner Estate can be seen from this Araby Cove home, where the James Bond film "Diamonds Are Forever" was filmed. With its dynamic location among the mountains it is a wonder young and older celebrities flock to this south Palm Springs location to places like Parker Palm Springs and Smoketree Ranch.
The five bedroom ranch-home with more than 3,300 square feet of interior living was recently upgraded combining its great location with many amenities and charming characteristics such as the vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, many clerestory windows, and arched windows in the entertainment room to expose the spectacular views of the desert landscape. The home was perfectly planned for entertaining or a relaxing oasis. From the moment of arrival at the half circular driveway through the double front-doors the attention to detail will amaze you. The home is laid out in bamboo flooring and features an entertainment oasis with pool table, pinball machines and plenty of flat screen TVs around. A modern kitchen was also created with plenty of granite counters and modern appliances for creating the perfect culinary event. A formal dining room is available in addition to a breakfast area, sit at bar, and enjoy easy access to the outdoor dining area. The adjacent great room is perfect for gatherings around the fireplace.
For intimate ambience or solitary space, the home features many private nooks and patios for tranquility. Sun-worshipping is still allowed here for a full day poolside. Mindful repose beckons during the evening's foremost sunsets, then rejoice around the outdoor 7 foot long custom fire table with room for everyone to enjoy under a sea of stars. Hit the hay after you play. The home features two luxuriously appointed master suites each with ensuite bathrooms with double vanities and updated for living today. The 3rd large bedroom features another king bed with adjoining full bathroom. The "kid-zone" has two twin beds and DVD player for the fourth bedroom. The fifth bedroom has a new Tempur-pedic queen size bed. All of the wonderfully appointed bedrooms feature flat screen TVs. Araby Cove in Southridge Views is sure to impress. This property is only 2.1 miles from downtown!
*Rates and reservation deposits subject to change without notice and are higher on weekends, holidays, and special events. Quote will include flat rate nightly utility fee of $65. Cleaning Fee is $300. Damage Protection is $69. There is an 11.5% Occupancy tax in Palm Springs. Posted specials are for new bookings only. Please note the location on the map is not exact and the marker is only an approximate location. ACME HOUSE COMPANY
The owners chose this home because of its unique location surrounded with plenty of Hollywood history and spectacular mountain views. The home is minutes from downtown Palm Springs and all the new hip hotels, popular restaurants, and shopping.
Araby Cove offers plenty of tranquility that vacation dwellers often search for: located near hiking trails and away from the winds of north Palm Springs. Plenty of mid-century architecture can be found nearby as well.
Araby Cove is home to the Paplapas - the desert's most unique hands-on artists' village. A lush 14-acre garden nestled in the picturesque canyon known as Araby Cove in South Palm Springs, Palapas is home to renowned local and visiting guest artists, as well as the valley's oldest and most beautiful garden center. Trickling waterfalls and colorful tropical foliage provide an ideal setting for a variety of special events. Thus, Palapas is fast becoming the desert's premiere venue for destination groups and tours.
Other Activities: World Famous Palapas of Araby Cove: With the Santa Rosa mountains in the background, this artists’ colony in a canyon of tropical foliage and waterfall.
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