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This is a true historical Hollywood Estate! Built by Charles Farrell in 1936 , for wife Virginia, it has a wealth of history. Home to several Hollywood notables, an art museum, a church. Rebuilt from the ground up in 2009 still keeping the original charm & wood ceilings of this well built, spacious 4 bed/4 bath, all custom suite home. Features 5 fireplaces, lots of windows with breathtaking views of the San Jacinto mountains in the privacy of a gated estate. A new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters and large dining area for family and friends to gather. Over an acre of lush landscaping and mature fruit trees. Brand new pool, spa, horseshoe court and bocce ball court on this large estate.
About the Owner
Response Time:Within a few hours
Interaction with guests:
Joan is available 24 hours and offers private chef , catering, paint and sip classes, mobile spa, driver and much more. Full concierge service available.
Palm Springs is welcoming visitors to its new dynamic downtown with stylish hotels, new fashionable restaurants, new chick shops and boutiques, new fun entertainment venues as well as welcoming public spaces for gathering, celebrating and relaxing. With our warm days and balmy nights, this complements the ambiance that is positively seductive. With 360 days of sun-kissed weather and drop-dead gorgeous scenery, it's no wonder Palm Springs is like no place else and a comeback as Hollywood's playground with a growing nightlife, burgeoning art scene and edgy vibe.
It could be the surge of super hip (and becoming super large) events like the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Modernism Week, and Coachella and Stagecoach Music Festivals.
Getting Around Palm Springs. The best way to get around Palm Springs is by car. Although you can walk most places downtown, you'll need your own wheels to explore the rest of the Coachella Valley. You can also take the bus to reach certain destinations throughout the city and beyond, or you can always hire a taxi
How to get there
Coming from Los Angeles take the 10 Freeway east to Indian Canyon drive