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Home of the Day: a Robert Altevers oasis in the Rancho Mirage desert

Home of the Day: a Robert Altevers-designed oasis in Rancho Mirage

This Spanish Colonial hacienda in Rancho Mirage sits among citrus trees and towering palms on more than two acres in Rancho Mirage. Designed by Robert Altevers, architect of the 13,000-square-foot residence found on Neverland Ranch, the home features rustic interiors with hand-painted tiles, rough-hewn beams and wrought-iron finishes. A pool and waterfall set adjacent to a palapa complete the oasis-like setting.

Location: 72200 Clancy Lane, Rancho Mirage, 92270

Asking price: $3.39 million

Year built: 1978

Architects: Robert Altevers

House size: 6,971, five bedrooms, six bathrooms

Lot size: 2.07 acres

Features: Hardwood flooring, wrought-iron finishes, Spanish tiles, dining room, living room, den/office, sauna, wet bar, wine cellar, workshop, pool, waterfall, spa, covered patio, palapa

About the area: There were 206 homes sold in the 92270 ZIP Code in the last 90 days at a median sale price of $425,000, according to Redfin. The median list price in that area is $529,000.

Agent: Tami Pardee, (310) 907-6517, Pardee Properties

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