Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clayton Residence
Both parents and children live in style and comfort in this grand home built for living, entertaining, and playing.
In the Cahuilla Hills between Bighorn Country Club and Stone Eagle Golf Course is a wonderfully built indoor/outdoor family home. Upon entering the home, you are met in the entryway by a circular, vaulted hall and winding stairs to the second level. This is your first introduction to the beautiful custom stonework used throughout. Floor-to-ceiling glass pocket doors that disappear into the walls offer a view of the infinity pool with surrounding bar, fireplace, big-screen tv and outdoor cooking area. Beyond are the children’s playground and three tee boxes of 45, 55, and 65 yards for all to enjoy. (The 5,000-square-foot home includes a 1,300-square-foot outdoor living area that was built for entertaining.) Many interior walls are distinctively faux-finished, some with a suede and leather look while others have more of a glazed treatment. The children’s wing is decorated with fanciful, hand-painted walls and ceilings to capture the children’s interest in animals, fairies, and plants. While the land was originally purchased in 1998 when the Claytons first knew they wanted to make Palm Desert their home, this thoughtfully detailed home took years to design and 18 months to build.
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