This stunning modernist cabin sits on 5 acres in the Joshua Tree desert. While the Marmol Radziner architecture is gorgeous, you simply can’t beat the rugged and beautiful terrain surrounding the home.
Inside features one bedroom and one bath, but you’ll get an exterior shower (with plexiglass so you can enjoy the views) as well as a two-person tub sitting across from imposing boulders on site. A covered exterior patio lets you enjoy everything Joshua Tree has to offer.
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Secluded Private Escape on 5 Acres
There’s almost a 70s vibe going on here.
Dazzling views of boulders out the dining room window.
Covered outdoor living space.
Outdoor shower with a wind break.
Soaking tub for two.
View from the shower.
Private desert setting.
It blends into the landscape effortlessly.
- Adjacent to Joshua Tree National Park with direct hiking access
- ★ Secluded + Private, yet only 2 miles to Downtown, Joshua Tree
- ★ 5 private acres with enormous boulders + 360-degree views
- ★ 2 Person outdoor bathtub w/ hot + cold fresh water (not a traditional hot tub)
- ★ Outdoor shower with awe-inspiring views
- ★ Covered, outdoor living room with vintage Malm gas fireplace
- ★ Open layout w/ one bedroom, one bathroom
- ★ Fully equipped kitchen with Jenn Air stove & propane BBQ
- ★ Stocked w/ cooking, baking, & entertaining tools
- ★ Designed by acclaimed architect, Ron Radziner
- ★ Hosted by Homestead Modern (Professional Support of Premium Spaces)
- ★ Parachute towels/linens + Public Goods natural body products
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The house is very fun. I guess out in the middle of nowhere, it’s ok to have it be so open and no window coverings that can be closed for more privacy. We live on a hill where no neighbors can look in so we do understand wanting to take full advantage of the view at all times of the day. I think the main thing I would change…and this is a personal preference only…would be using cooler colors instead of the reds, oranges and yellows. Yes, they are desert colors but with how hot it gets out there, having splashes of greens, blues and purples would be soothing.
Well, the main big window has a pull down blinder to cover it and the porch area has those opaque walls to limit view to the sides, and there is the trees providing some coverage… While there is at least a tiny bit of other colors of the seating in the porch area… Could add decor for additional color splashes… Maybe an oasis theme art curtain for the bathing areas, etc.