Noted architect Guy Dreier is not known for his conventional designs (the L.A. Times once described a Dreier house as resembling “a wayward space station”), and this Coachella Valley home is no exception.
From the moment you enter––on the glass bridge, mind you––it is clear that Dreier has a flair for the dramatic. Measuring 8,346 square feet, this 5 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom home features a custom contemporary fireplace, wet bar and formal dining complete with suspended buffet, and a towering breakfast room that shares a fireplace with the gourmet kitchen. Oh, and let’s not forget the custom pool, waterways, waterfall, and lagoon… Because I think we can all agree that a house is not a home unless it comes equipped with a lagoon.
For golf enthusiasts, however, I imagine this home’s best attribute is its proximity to Tom Fazio designed golf course the Quarry, ranked by Golf Digest as one of America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses. With an outdoor fireplace, custom fire pit, and grilling station, this home is perfect for outdoor entertaining while enjoying views from the 16th hole.
79095 Tom Fazio Lane North is listed by Valerie Neuman of HOM Sotheby’s International and is on the market for $3,995,000.
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