A labyrinth of stone pathways crawls up and across the mountainside, each turn revealing an unexpected view; gardens of cacti and agave; citrus, guava, mango, and banana trees; outdoor tubs and fireplaces; a barbecue and fire pit terrace; a grotto lined with grape vines; and intimate alcoves perfect for reading, meditating, or just enjoying the view. An adult sized, palapa tree house is large enough to host a small party and high enough to provide views across the city to the mountains beyond.
Originally an art colony built in the mid-1920s by artist John Burnham, the son of Chicago based architect Daniel Burnham (renowned for his work as supervising architect of the Chicago Worlds Fair and for designing numerous early sky-scrapers, including the Flatiron building in New York City). The younger Burnham is notable not so much for his modest artistic talent, but more for starting an artists colony on the Palm Springs property in the late 1920s
There are a total of 3 Bedrooms, 3 baths included in 2 separate side by side guest houses, with a saltwater pool & spa, situated at the ground level of this special, one of a kind Palm Springs compound. Authentic 1929 Spanish architecture, upgraded with all new furnishings, appliances, bedding etc. Gated compound only blocks to downtown Palm Springs. There are a total of 6 homes on this incredible 7 acre property
Guest House #143 - a 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with approximately 1800 square feet. It includes a private saltwater pool & spa, front and rear patios, fire pit, gas barbecue, outdoor gardens and relaxation areas and a soaking tub. Inside you'll find original wood post and beam ceilings, a wood burning fireplace, 3 TV's & DVD Players, stereo & WIFI.
Guest House #145 - Monty's Bunkhouse, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, with a full size kitchen, washer/dryer, private outdoor patio with fire pit and soaking tub. Includes 32" Flat Screen TV, DVD Player, and WIFI.
- This house sleeps 6 people
- Minimum stay is 2 nights
- Pet friendly
- Swimming pool
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