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This custom home in an exclusive Indian Wells community offers a country club lifestyle in the heart of the desert

The custom 5,600-square-foot house can be found at the Vintage Club in Indian Wells.

Photo by George Gutenberg



Built in the Early California architectural style, this home sits squarely within the verdant 712-acre Vintage Club, one of the country’s most affluent golf and tennis communities, where captains of industry and self-made millionaires come to unplug and recharge.

The custom 5,600-square-foot house offers the best of this relaxed yet posh desert lifestyle, opening to expansive outdoor living space, replete with a large swimming pool and separate spa, a fire pit, a barbecue kitchen with built-in counter seating and numerous areas for lounging that afford picturesque views of Eisenhower Peak, a meandering lake, and the sixth hole of the club’s 18-hole Tom Fazio Desert Course.

In addition to arched openings, high beam and coffered ceilings, and an open floor plan with wall-to-ceiling windows and sliding walls that blur the line between indoors and outdoors, the home — which underwent a complete renovation this year — boasts a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, dedicated wine room, and great room with a fireplace and media seating.

Another fireplace is located in the oversized master suite, which includes a spacious bathroom suite with a private garden. The guest rooms are equally opulent, each containing its own en suite bathroom. The home is offered furnished, excluding the artwork and area rugs.

Location: Vintage Club golf and tennis community, Indian Wells.

Asking price: $4.495 million.

Year built: 1987 (renovated in 2014).

Square footage: 5,600 of indoor living space; lot size is 22,651.

Amenities: Four bedrooms; five bathrooms; gourmet kitchen; swimming pool and spa; wine room; great room; semicircular driveway; three-car garage; 18-hole Tom Fazio Desert Course; 18-hole Mountain Course, also designed by Tom Fazio; 11 tennis courts, including a stadium court; and a vibrant social and dining scene.

Agent: Jim Rohrstaff, broker associate, Vintage Club Sales, 760-346-5566

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