As we adapt to spending more time at home, day dreams of hyper helpful (and entertaining) at-home amenities begin to dance in our heads. From the comfort of your couch, we’re bringing you an inside look into great properties with cool modern conveniences—from resort-like, palace-inspired grounds to at-home bars and exquisite master suites.
11 CLANCY LANE SOUTH | RANCHO MIRAGE
Modeled after an authentic Moroccan palace, this Clancy Lane estate was crafted by the same artisans who built King Hassan of Morocco's palaces and the Moroccan Pavilion in New York's Metropolitan Museum. Among its incredible amenities are a four-acre equestrian and tennis center, a resort-like pool and spa surrounded by a spacious lounging patio with a fire pit and a standalone pool house. Renowned for its unique design, this estate—represented by Richard Bartholomew—has been featured on the Children's Discovery Museum Tour and in Palm Springs Magazine and Palm Springs Art Magazine.
2559 CHERYL WAY | PALM SPRINGS
Serenity awaits in this Palm Springs home’s backyard, which is embraced by blossoming foliage and privacy-enhancing landscaping. Dip into the pool and spa before cooking up a feast for the family in a functionally designed, open-concept kitchen with granite countertops. Inside, interiors are soaked in natural sunlight, which streams in through floor-to-ceiling windows. This two-level estate is located within the gated community of 43@Racquet Club and is represented by Justin Ceeko.
13 RUTGERS COURT | RANCHO MIRAGE
Located within The Springs Country Club, this refreshed estate boasts an updated kitchen perfect for the aspiring at-home chef, plus a living room with a large bar—ideal for an onsite happy hour. Looking to really relax? The master suite’s bath is outfitted with a soaking tub, shower with body spray jets and a heated towel rack. Throughout the home, find environmentally conscious and energy-efficient design elements, including LED lighting, lighting automation and smart thermostats. This three-bedroom, three-bath home is represented by Richard Bartholomew.