Jemez Homestead nestled on side of Sand to Snow Natl Monument on outskirts of Joshua Tree @jemezhomestead #jemezhomestead
Desert hideaways don't get much better than this. Imagine an artist-designed two bedroom cabin filled with midcentury details, at the end of of a magically serene dirt road. In the clouds. With serene views. Under an extinct volcano. Next to a Sand to Snow National Monument.
ART LOVERS: Jemez Homestead: STOLEN land map and treasure hunt, LEE MADISON SCULPTURE GARDEN and artist land installations and more. Inquire for pictures or details.
From the moment you open the chartreuse sunburst wrought iron door to the jewel purple cabin, the playful, fearless spirit lifts you up, swooping and unpredictable as the desert wind. It surprises you with decisive color.. A mermaid detail in the bathroom. Dynamic bricolage in the handmade bath floor and kitchen backsplash. Period dishware. Folkloric textiles.
Join friends in the lovely, welcoming living room with sizable flatscreen to watch DISH Network or tune into the free, reliable wifi. Have a casual breakfast in the eat -in -kitchen or set up formal dining for up to eight. The kitchen is bright, airy and well-supplied. Two private bedrooms (one with new Sealy Posturepedic Queen,the other with new memory foam Caspar full in custom cabinet) await. Extra sleeping space is available on the fold out couch in the living room and in a Room and Board sofa in a separate studio. There are outdoor patios and gardens with plenty of places to sit and contemplate, or gather and celebrate. There’s a homemade bocce court, and sculpture gardens featuring professional and outsider works. And of course, all this beauty is merely a stopping place from which to appreciate the beauty that overwhelms you the moment you walk outside the door.