Hearth up the cable automotive, as a result of we’re prepared to maneuver into Suzanne Somers’ desert oasis. The actress and well being entrepreneur simply listed the 72-acre hillside retreat she shares along with her husband Alan Hamel in Palm Springs, California, and the sprawling property is the image of privateness. How personal? Properly… the compound is reachable on foot, by golf cart through a personal highway, or by personal funicular. That’s proper: you must trip a cable automotive to get to this hillside enclave.
Listed at $9.5 million by Ron Parks of Pacific Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty and Scott Lyle of Douglas Elliman Actual Property, there are 5 buildings on the expansive property, with 7,200 sq. ft of residing area. The buildings embrace Rock Home, designed by iconic Palm Springs architect and desert modernism king Albert Frey. (He additionally designed the famed Frey Home I and II, in addition to Palm Springs Metropolis Corridor, BTW.) Then there’s the a pool home, a two-bedroom caretaker quarters, and a 50-seat outside amphitheater carved right into a mountain. The beautiful property includes a pool, spa, waterfall, and mountaineering trails.
In a press release that’s as Hollywood as will be, Somers mirrored on why she and her husband are transferring.
“Alan and I’ve lastly determined to let go of our compound,” stated Somers. “It’s been our personal paradise; our L.A. getaway for therefore a few years; our children grew up right here. We love entertaining on the grounds; our associates fly in from throughout for a shocking south of France expertise in Palm Springs. We’re altering issues up a bit now and have bought a Steve Chase-designed mid-century trendy dwelling on the opposite aspect of city. We don’t want 70-plus acres anymore; time for a brand new journey.”
Somers and Hamel have owned the property because the ’70s, and there have solely been three homeowners within the final 100 years, so it’s secure to say it is a beloved property. We’re guessing these with a worry of heights ought to sit this one out, nonetheless.