skyLark is beautifully and comfortably modern, balanced with a brute ruggedness that reflects the surrounding dramatic, boulder-strewn landscape on five acres adjacent to the northern border of Joshua Tree National Park. Each room at skyLark is open and spacious with fine, solid furnishings and fixtures, sleek ceiling fans, and finished concrete floors. skyLark is in a spectacular private setting—a place to peacefully while-away the hours—featuring a large patio with amazing views and gas grill, fully-equipped kitchen, dining room, multiple serene indoor and outdoor living areas, and two bedrooms. Though secluded, skyLark is centrally located with easy access to local natural desert attractions, galleries, eclectic shops, farmers market and grocers, restaurants, night-life, music and seasonal festivals. skyLark easily accommodates up to seven guests, with two bedrooms (one with king bed, the other with queen bed), a sunroom with two twin futons, and a single sleeper-lounge at the foot of the living room's wood-burning stove. skyLark can also sleep an additional guest on the extra-long and sufficiently-wide L-shaped sofa in the post-and-beam sunroom perched above views of hundreds of miles of the desert basin and the twinkling night-lights of the towns of Joshua Tree and 29 Palms. The rear of the house is set against abundant rock formations that lead from the property's five acres into Joshua Tree National Park. All linens and towels are made from organic, sustainable materials, and the household products at skyLark are earth-friendly.
It was an on-going dream for me to have a home in Joshua Tree, since I first visited the location in the late 1980's. I searched for almost two years, and at last found this outstanding property with an existing house that had 'great bones.' Fixed her up and named her 'skyLark.'