Up for grabs at $2.995 million is a Palm Desert mid-century home designed to host outdoor weddings, pool parties and photo shoots for up to 50 people.
The four-bedroom, 3,460-square-foot abode has sat on a three-quarter-acre corner lot in the heart of Palm Desert since 1951.
Owners Erica and Wade Coggin, working as Pineapple Ranch Design, led a three-year home renovation of the property that records show last sold for $739,000 in 2019. That same year, renovation work began. The couple advertised the house as an events space on Peerspace.com for a four-hour minimum of $6,000, and it’s easy to see why.
An oversized mahogany pivot door reveals an interior with wood and stone and new Mapei concrete flooring.
There are three kitchens, including a soundproofed prep space.
Other highlights include a double-sided fireplace in the open-concept living space, an office and a fitness studio with a sauna. It has a connecting yoga deck that overlooks the backyard.
A private breeze block-enclosed patio separates the primary bedroom from the pool area. There’s a grassy area, an outdoor kitchen, and several dining and lounge areas.
As if that weren’t enough, it comes with an electric Shelby Cobra golf cart by Caddyshack for putting around town. Modeled after the vintage sportscar, it is red with white racing stripes on the hood, roof and trunk.
Jesse Huskey, Harmony Hoefner and Romina Gil de Matos of Compass hold the listing.