True to MCM design and function, our property ties in the outdoor living space with the expansive interiors. At 3,400 sq ft, our 4 BR + 3.5 BA vacation home sleeps 8 people; and no, we’re not counting the 8 lawn chairs as beds!
The desert weather is warm enough to enjoy outdoor dining and relaxing just about any time of year. This Villa is surprisingly close to the heart of downtown restaurants, shops and casinos. We often walk to the local eateries.
This peaceful and very private home has plenty of room to stretch out, catch a tan, have some snacks, or take a dip.
This gigantic master bedroom will take your breath away. The tranquil interiors lend a nod to the mid century decor with its patterns and colors. Warm chocolate brown against stark white linens. Perfect. But this luxurious bed ain’t from the 50’s baby.
You sink into the sheets and fluffy pillows after you draw down the shades. Dim the lights and tune in to Joan Holloway’s antics on the 42′ LCD tube.
Coming in from the pool or hot tub? No problem. There’s a separate door that leading into the master bathroom from the pool area. Please, don’t be such a Sally (Draper, that is).
This large kitchen is ideal for entertaining. With huge sliding doors leading to the outside living area, you can easily shuttle your martinis and hors d’oeuvres in and out.
And if it’s too hot to cook in the kitchen, head out to the brand new BBQ and delight your friends and family with your mesquite grilling skills.
Keep your friends entertained with a few rounds of ping pong while you channel your inner Gordon Ramsay on the grill.
If the party ever winds down, bring the gang inside.
Start a cozy fire in this ultra-hip and quintessential Palm Springs corner fireplace.
Go on, pick a room. How about this one with the 47′ LCD screen TV, DVD player, PS3, and plenty of game-watching seating?
Just a room.
We dare you to choose.
Choices, choices. So many choices.
So kick off that suit and tie.
Bring your friends and plan to stay a while.
And head for the desert.
Shake up a martini.
All photos by Jimmy Cheng Photography.