Taste of the Tropics

Entertain family and friends at this spacious Rancho Mirage Estate



Tropically themed estate at The Renaissance in Rancho Mirage

Designed by Narendra Patel, this 2.4-acre tropically themed estate at The Renaissance in Rancho Mirage was built to entertain large groups. The 8,818-square-foot property boasts seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms in three separate, freestanding structures.

The main house has a massive great room with vaulted ceilings and stair-step walls of glass looking to the infinity pool and lush gardens. The guesthouses are two-bedroom/one-bath and one-bedroom/1.5-bath — one located by the lakes, and the other behind the pool.

Athletic owners and guests can enjoy a lighted tennis court and two holes of practice golf on meticulously landscaped grounds that also feature two koi ponds.

The wine room and cellar, situated below ground, offers a venue for special occasions. The property is perfect for corporate retreats, family reunions, parties, and fundraising events.

The house is being sold completely furnished.

Location: Clancy Lane area
Asking price: $9.75 million
Association dues: $574 per month
Year built: 1995
Architect: Narendra Patel

Amenities: The property features lakes, a lighted tennis court, two guesthouses, a wine cellar below ground, two golf holes, and a dramatic main residence and pool.
About the area: The Renaissance, a luxurious, guard-gated enclave of custom homes, is situated off Clancy Lane, the Coachella Valley’s premier equestrian community. Oversized lots boast architecture ranging from ranch to contemporary to Mediterranean. Enjoy unobstructed mountain views, proximity to fine shopping, dining, and culture — and a delightful sense of openness. Clancy Lane is also close to Eisenhower Medical Center and Rancho Mirage Public Library.

Agent: Bill Taylor, Saxony Real Estate Inc., 760-774-0444, btreprop@aol.com

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