One of the few units in the 7 Lakes community that provides both a private green-space off the patio and also the delight of being on the fairway. Literally 20 steps from private 1 car parking, 35 steps to the pool and spa tub, and 5 minutes walk to the full-service Restaurant/Club House/Pro-shop. Quiet but also in the hub of fun living. A quick 10 minute walk to the neighboring "Parker Hotel" which is a great place to meets friends for drinks or people watching as the annual Palm Springs Film Festival parties host the LA celebrities. Our private intimate golf community, is tucked away behind the expansive discrete hotel property (which used to be the private estate of Merv Griffin and countless others before him including Gene Autry) is a secret gem. It is the only "gated" golf community in Palm Springs proper. Seven Lakes G&CC provides tranquility and a quiet that is unique and yet a buzzing social environment.
Perfect for freshly squeezed juice every morning when in season, Grapefruit trees, Tangelo Oranges trees and Meyers Lemon trees are steps away and are resident/common area property.
Interior Design and functionality are key elements in this 1600 sq. ft. semi-detached home with a 425 sq. ft. private sunny courtyard. Perfect for entertaining with streaming sunlight in the mornings or the dramatic sunset views profiled by the San Jacinto mountains.
Appointed with purposely and personally thoughtout decor ensures you feel that you're not at just 4 walls and a roof, rather at the home of a good friend who lives to cook. Careful consideration for the intent of the original architects' (Richard Harrison and William F. Cody), every effort has been made to keep the home as mid-century original as possible while adding the obvious current updates of today's lifestyle necessities. 10' floor to ceiling glass sliding doors create the absolute "Inside Outside" living feeling. A gourmet kitchen and a music listening area add to the qualities of vacationing without stress.
Golf lovers delight as in 2018, celebrating the 50th anniversary of President Eisenhower's only "Hole in One" on our 13th hole - makes for great nostalgia and conversation, not to mention a challenging fun round of golf.