Pioneertown, the Previous West film set-turned-artsy neighborhood within the desert exterior Joshua Tree, doesn’t see many houses floor on the market — and even much less vineyards. That makes its newest itemizing a rarity.
A five-acre compound match for a cowboy simply hit the market within the famed desert city for $2 million. The property features a solar-powered dwelling, 700-vine winery and wine-tasting room with a bar.
Dubbed Basic Rocks Ranch, the one-of-a-kind retreat is tucked on the finish of Tom Combine Highway, which is known as after the western film star who appeared in classics resembling “The Miracle Rider” and “Destry Rides Once more.” Becoming with the theme, a statue of a cowboy on a horse marks the entry.
The entrance porch.
The household room.
The bed room.
The wine room.
Aerial view of the compound.
The home itself was constructed within the late Nineteen Eighties and matches three bedrooms and two loos into 2,000 sq. toes. Wooden and stone carry a country theme to the residing areas, and a coated patio runs alongside the house’s bottom.
Different highlights embody a small pond, swimming pool, scorching tub, eating gazebo and nicely that runs 360 toes deep. Native crops pop up throughout the property together with six Joshua bushes, 5 olive bushes and 9 Ocotillo cacti, in addition to vines that produce grape varietals resembling Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. On the highest level of the property, a venue space takes in sweeping views of the jagged desert panorama.
Chantal Sanchez of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties holds the itemizing.
It’s one in every of two houses at present in the marketplace in Pioneertown; the opposite is a newly constructed abode with an outside sauna listed for $1.1 million.