The Palm Desert house that was once home to the late Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub received and offer last week, just three days after it was put on the market.
The LA Times notes, that the home was put up for sale three years ago for $16 million and more recently for $9 million – each time with no success. Then, last week, it was listed for just under $7 million and within three days there was an offer.
The house, designed by architect Guy Dreier, is more than 9,150 square feet and includes five bedrooms, a gym, a theater, and some awesome mountain and golf course views. There’s also a bar that was built to resemble the pub at the historic Claridge’s hotel in London and not one, but two infinity-edge swimming pools and two spas.
Then there is the master bedroom that was described this way in Architectural Digest:
PERHAPS THE MOST BEGUILING ROOM IS THE SLEEK YET ROMANTIC MASTER SUITE, DOMINATED BY ITS EXOTIC “FLOATING” BED. BUILDING OVER THE POOL, DREIER LEFT A V OF GLASS, EXPOSING THE WATER BENEATH, THAT LEADS UP TO THE BED. “YOU FEEL,” HE SAYS, “LIKE YOU’RE LYING AT THE FOOT OF THE POOL LOOKING OUT OVER THE ENTIRE VALLEY.” ESPECIALLY IF THE HUGE, RETRACTABLE GLASS WALLS ARE HIDDEN, WHICH THEY USUALLY ARE. “I KEEP THEM OPEN ALL DAY, SOMETIMES EVEN AT NIGHT,” SAYS WEINTRAUB. “IT’S LIKE SLEEPING OUTDOORS UNDER THE STARS.”
Umm, yes please!
No word who put in the offer but it wasn’t me because you guys are clearly not clicking on enough ads.