Five Star Estate with Five Bedrooms & Five Living Rooms
A Private Retreat in the California Desert
"The mysterious Desert Doghouse is finally revealing its secrets. And of course we had to be among the first to cross the storied threshold and experience its infamous allure."
Living Room / Cinema
Celebrating the "Art of Hosting"
All Your Friends around One Table
We believe that our environment shapes how we show up. The Desert Doghouse was built to enchant, to inspire and to bring out the best in everyone visiting.
The recipe's main ingredient is hiding in plain sight: Authenticity. There are no fake materials, no knock-offs and no shortcuts. The home has been owned as a private residence and curated by several artists. It contains a decades-old, living and growing collection of inspiring art and furniture pieces from all over the world.
So what will YOU celebrate at this little piece of California desert history? Who will you invite to sit at your table to make history with? Or in the words of MAXIM Magazine: "Of course it’s fun to try and figure out which movie star frolicked with which supermodel under the antique chandelier in the Game Room. But it’s even more gratifying to now have the opportunity to create some legends of your own."
"As luxurious as the desert gets."
"A chef's kitchen and 14 person dining table replete with 360 degree views of the sweeping desert landscape. It's a great escape for family, friends or couples and also an impressive site for a celebration."
Sky Room Wet Bar
Game Room Pool Table
An Oasis of Style in the California Desert
A house built to host: 5 bedrooms, 5 living rooms. The Sky Room with its large patio, the library, a game room with grand piano and pool table and a fully equipped kitchen with 12' marble island offer enough room to host the most special gatherings.
Discover a House like No Other
A short 2 hour drive from L.A., nestled in the hills between Yucca Valley and Joshua Tree, an architectural gem is continuing to make history.
"You will see oil paintings of nattily dressed dogs over the dining room table and a phone dedicated exclusively to summoning champagne. But that's just a fraction of the unusual details crammed into this house in California's Joshua Tree."
"This palatial property would absolutely be our first purchase if we were a villainous billionaire."
Come for the Views, Stay for the Art
The house never stops enchanting with its collection of lit-up crystal mirrors, chandeliers and individually lit artwork. Furniture and accessory lovers will not be able to stop looking. The art itself would be worth the trip, but the sweeping desert views make this curated experience even more delightfully surreal.
The house has been used for dinner parties, formal events, family gatherings, short term rentals and as a filming location. Feel free to stay up to date by following us on instagram @desertdoghouse.