Photographs courtesy of The Agency
Want to own a home in Palm Desert right on an exclusive golf course that a famous producer built and called home? Well, you just missed your chance since the late Jerry Weintraub’s unique 9,152-square-foot house just sold for $6.825 million. You can put a dollar amount on the property, but it’s pretty priceless to know that the marvelous home has hosted icons like George Clooney and Matt Damon. Considering Weintraub produced The Karate Kid
and Ocean’s Eleven
, many other A-listers may have been entertained at the abode.Looking at the exterior, the color blends into the desert, but the geometric angles automatically set it apart from anything else you’ve seen before. Weintraub, who passed in 2015, designed the house with architect Guy Drier and had very specific ideas that make it the lavish spread it is today. The pool sits so snug to the house that the producer could step right out of the master suite and into the water. Spaces geared toward entertaining were also a top priority, which is easy to see with huge rooms boasting pocket doors that open to the outdoors. Hollywood stars mingling under a starry night, what could be more glamorous?As well as gaining an incredible 6-bedroom, 8-bathroom stunner, the new owner is now a part of the ritzy Bighorn Country Club. Perched above the 16th Hole and boasting both mountain and valley views, this sweet pad can be the most hoppin’ spot or the most tranquil; truly the best of both worlds.Richard Bartholomew, David Findley, and Mauricio Umansky of The Agency
had the Hollywood legend’s unparalleled listing, which Mansion Global
first reported sold.