Property Envy POLL: Beach Hideaways, Spanish Estates & More
Which property from last night's episode was your favorite?
Last night's Property Envy featured a far-out desert hideaway, an old-world Spanish estate, and a beachfront bombshell. Now we want to know your favorite home from the episode. Survey the properties in our gallery, check out descriptions of the homes below and then take our poll!
Tamarisk (Rancho Mirage, CA)
Located just south of Los Angeles, this 3,370-square-foot golf course home hails straight from the 1970's and the current owner has kept that funky vibe alive. The kitchen has been retrofitted to feature vintage appliances, like the 1960's Thermador Range stove. True to theme, the home's three bedrooms feature bright, 70's-inspired wallpaper…with bedspreads to match. The three-bath home can be yours for $785,000.
The Ranch (Paradise Valley, AZ)
Take a trip to Spain with this five-bed, seven-bath colonial estate. Built in 2009, the 19,500-square-foot home boasts a two-story fountain room entrance, 16 fireplaces, a guest house, maids' quarters, and a climate-controlled stable. Yes, even the horses are living large on this property. The front doors to the home were imported from Spain, giving the property an old-world charm. Situated on three acres, this estate is valued at $13.75M.
Surfside (Del Mar, CA)
This high-end surfside property stretches along 55 feet of Pacific Ocean beach land. The three-bed, four-bath home sits on one acre and features a lap pool, shatter-resistant, UV-blocking glass windows, and an open kitchen with a petition that can be lowered for catered parties. And if that's not enough, Del Mar is regularly designated as one of the best beach towns in California. The property can be yours for $22.95M.
Now we want to know your opinion—take our poll to tell us your favorite property.
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