A Moroccan-style estate that was once owned by entertainer
is on the market in La Quinta at $9.5 million.
The 39-acre equestrian compound includes a racetrack, a 5,000-square-foot main house, four
, three one-bedroom staff quarters and apartments at both ends of the 16-stall stables for a total of 14 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
The estate was developed by L.A.-based Griffin in 1986 as a desert retreat for entertaining and work. He raised Arabian horses and, later, thoroughbreds. Other features include an infinity pool and a 2.5-acre fishing lagoon.
Griffin, who died in 2007 at 82, was a singer,
host and television producer. He created
including "Jeopardy" and "Wheel of Fortune."
The property was previously listed two years ago at $14.5 million.
Susan Canavan and Deirdre Coit of Canavan Coit/Coldwell Banker and Tyler Morgan, Todd Monaghan and Keith Markovitz of Capitis
are the listing agents.