Bill Scheffler and Ann Sheffer of Westport, Conn., bought three luxury properties in Palm Springs over the last 18 months.
Val Kilmer, who's failed to find a buyer for parts of his 6,000-acre New Mexico ranch, has now listed all of it for $33 million.
A 1,600-square-foot home with three bedrooms and 2½ baths near the San Jacinto Mountains.
Porcupine Creek, the 249-acre estate near Palm Springs, Calif., that used to be owned by Yellowstone Club founders Tim and Edra Blixseth, is on the market for $55 million, 27% less than its original asking price in February.
Actress Jennifer Aniston has listed her Beverly Hills estate for sale at $42 million.
There is no more telling gauge of Palm Springs' white-hot real estate rebound than the fact that Leonardo DiCaprio recently purchased Dinah Shore's former house.
Email Print 3 Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn smaller Larger May 10, 2012 5:29 p.m. ET Merv Griffin's former 40-acre estate near Palm Springs has been reduced by 34% percent to $9.5 million.
Merv Griffin’s former retreat in La Quinta has sold for $7 million.
While some Coachella music festival attendees camped on-site, others paid $80,000 to rent a private estate in La Quinta.
A Moroccan-style estate that was once owned by entertainer Merv Griffin is on the market in La Quinta at $9.5 million.
Initially an outpost influenced by Spanish architecture, then an experimental pool for midcentury modern pioneers, the Coachella Valley today fires up the imagination with a breadth of styles drawing on influences throughout time and place.
The homes of late Hollywood greats have been hitting the real estate market of late, and they are beginning to find buyers.
In 2008, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie paid $60 million for an Aix-en-Provence chateau.
Lenny Dykstra, the scrappy, major league ball-playing spark plug who became a stock market savant, has listed his Lake Sherwood Georgian estate for $24.9 million.
"My wife and I recently purchased a very interesting, though unconventional, building site in the Californian desert…"
The listing calls this house "the most important architectural house you may have never seen" and yes yes yes, it's obviously flown under the radar for way too long.
In April, 1955, Kendrick Bangs Kellogg was off to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West in Arizona, where the University of Colorado student had been fully moved by Wright’s concept of design evolving from its own context.
Oooh, here's one to go in on with friends and/or family (no judging if you have neither).
Built in 1950 by famed desert architect William Cody, AIA, this ranch-style home sits on the 18th fairway of Thunderbird Country Club in Rancho Mirage and according to the listing was originally occupied by the club's founder Barney Hinkle.
Barney Hinkle, one of the founders of the Thunderbird Country Club, was the original owner of this historic home on the 18th fairway.
The prehistoric-looking entrance to this 10-acre estate in Joshua Tree, Calif., reveals a curved home built on top of a pile of boulders.
It was Dinah Shore Weekend in Palm Springs — or the Dinah, as it’s known — five days of Sapphic revelry that every April draws some 15,000 women from around the country to this sun-washed city 90 miles southeast of Los Angeles.
Vertical lines on split face block concrete stripe the outside columns and some of the interior walls of this modern Rancho Mirage home.
In March 1986, Bev and Jay Doolittle began envisioning an otherworldly home perched high among desert-baked boulders near Joshua Tree National Park.
It’d be easier to lasso the wind than to find words for Jay and Bev Doolittle’s house in Joshua Tree.
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