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.
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.
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.