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Real estate veteran Sheldon Good puts stylish Rancho Mirage estate on the market

Real estate veteran Sheldon Good puts stylish Rancho Mirage estate on the market
Sheldon Good, a real estate executive who helped popularize home auctions, is looking to sell something of his own after listing his Rancho Mirage estate for $2.957 million. (Realtor.com)

Longtime real estate executive Sheldon Good, who founded the auction company Sheldon Good & Co., is looking to sell something of his own: His golf course home in Rancho Mirage is up for grabs at $2.957 million.

Built in 1999, the half-acre property is found in the Tamarisk Country Club. Previous residents of the home include singer Frank Sinatra, film producer Hal Wallis and Irv Robbins of Baskin-Robbins fame.

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Every space in the 5,551-square-foot interior offers a unique style, from the zigzagging beams above the open-concept great room to the center-island kitchen awash in shades of red. At the heart of the floor plan, a fireplace hangs from the ceiling.

Other highlights include a zen garden, a sunken bar, an indoor-outdoor lounge and a dining area with herringbone floors. Four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms fill out the rest of the home, including a master suite with an office.

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The space opens directly out back, where a wood patio approaches a long swimming pool. Off to the side, a spa takes in views of the 15th fairway.

Carol Graff-Radford of Bennion Deville Homes holds the listing.

Good founded Sheldon Good & Co., which brought home auctions into the mainstream, in 1965. In addition, he has served as the president of the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute, the International Real Estate Federation and Good Realty Group, LLC.

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