Located on an incredible view hill just a mile from the town of Yucca Valley, you can enjoy a park-like setting in this 1960 home nestled in a 5-acre amphitheater of boulders. Large windows offer views of town, the National Park, and untouched nature just out the door. Only 6 miles from each of Pioneertown, the park, and the town of Joshua Tree. 14 miles from the Integratron and 29 miles from Palm Springs.
The house is terraced. You have access to the entire upstairs. A small art and design business operates downstairs in the converted 5-car garage. There is no interaction between the two spaces.
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The entire upstairs of the house which includes a living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and 1.5 baths. You are free to explore the 5 acres of boulders to find your solitary resting spot. During the warmer months there is a private soaking tank in the rocks. Tent or RV camping is available upon request.
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One to three part-time employees work quietly downstairs. They access the half-bath from an outside door. You might see them around, but they work short hours during the week only and will never enter the house.
Close and lock all doors and windows when leaving the house.
No open campfires or fireworks on the property. Fire pit use only. No firearms. No smoking indoors.
Keep loud noise to a minimum after dark.
No commercial photography or video production without express permission from the host.
Please wash your dishes before leaving.
Take separated trash and recycling to the cans at the top of the concrete driveway.
I can usually be reached by phone or text. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
I left my hometown in rural San Diego after university and lived abroad for 17 years teaching mathematics in Venezuela, Switzerland, and Malaysia. In 2014 I packed my life into a shipping container and moved to the California desert to start a jewelry company. Knowing nothing about business or jewelry this has proved to be the biggest adventure yet. When not bumbling through my work you might find me running up a desert peak, cycling a lonely road, photographing something unusual, or having a beer at Pappy and Harriet's. For 20 years I have hosted hundreds of travelers in my many international homes, but never charged a penny. After several months of helping some local friends host their Airbnb, I've decided to open my home to the Airbnb community.