Home of the Week

A Moroccan-inspired estate in Palm Desert

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

Casbah Cove, built of hand-carved wood and stone, is a Moroccan-inspired estate in Palm Desert's Bighorn Golf Club. An indoor atrium landscaped with king palms and topped by a retractable glass ceiling creates an open-air ambience. A draped ceiling in the formal dining room evokes a tent.

Location: 613 Indian Cove, Palm Desert 92260

Asking price: $24.5 million

Year built: 2005

House size: Four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 12,925 square feet (16,800 square feet including outdoor living spaces)

Lot size: 0.87 acre

Features: Family room, bar, eight fireplaces, elevator, nine built-in flat-screen televisions, temperature-controlled wine room, radiant heat floors, indoor and outdoor spas, three outdoor dining areas, outdoor hookah lounge and theater, 75-foot black granite lap pool, 40-foot round pool, patio, detached guesthouse.

About the area: Last year, 341 single-family homes sold in the 92260 ZIP Code at a median price of $412,000, according to CoreLogic DataQuick. That was an 18% price increase from 2013.

Agent: Bighorn Properties, (760) 773-5300

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