Exotic Luxury

This Moroccan-style home transports you

Most rooms at Casbah Cove open to the central arcade that surrounds an atrium with palms and lush landscaping.


The sophisticated Moroccan-style Casbah Cove residence in Bighorn Golf Club features an amazing 30-by-40-foot retractable glass ceiling in the center of the house that opens to blue skies and starry nights. Built over four years by craftsmen led by a creative design team, Casbah Cove reflects the layout of a modern riad, with most of the rooms opening onto the central arcade that surrounds an indoor atrium with palms and lush landscaping. Limestone slabs, intricate tile work, and Siberian oak floors complement the carved white plaster accents throughout.
Location: Bighorn Golf Club, Palm Desert
Asking price: $24.5 million
Year built: 2012
Size: 16,800 square feet
Agent: Bighorn Properties, 800-551-5578

Features: Four fully appointed bedrooms, including a detached guest house with kitchen area and private entrances; five full bathrooms, one with an oversized steam shower, and two half baths; three outdoor dining areas; library with a view of the valley; theater for 20; temperature-controlled wine cellar; gourmet and catering kitchens; hookah room with seating for 20 overlooking a preserved mountainside; 75-foot infinity lap pool; 40-foot round infinity-edge swimming pool; entertainment patio; eight sculpted fireplaces; and hammam spa with steam room.
About the area: Bighorn Golf Club is a luxurious resort community with 36 holes of championship golf and world-class amenities, including a Spa & Wellness Center, seven indoor/outdoor dining venues, private transportation services, and a robust social calendar. Set 1,000 feet above the desert floor, against the Santa Rosa Mountains, Bighorn is a serene, protected environment, where award-winning architecture prevails, and members engage with the lifestyle.

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