(photos by Gibeon Photography)

Location: Indian Cove, Palm Desert, CA

Square Footage: 16,800

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Request

This exquisite Moroccan style masterpiece isn’t located in Morocco, but Palm Desert, CA out of all places! Dubbed “Casbah Cove”, the palatial home is located in the gated community of Bighorn Golf Club. Past the winding driveway, which features Moroccan gas lanterns, you are greeted by a large motor court with water features. The home features numerous sliding doors allowing for indoor/outdoor living as well as hand-carved wood, stone, plaster and brass throughout. It features approximately 16,800 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, foyer with dual fireplaces and star-shaped skylight, impressive 2-story courtyard atrium with 30′ x 40′ retractable glass ceiling, formal living and dining rooms, library with built-ins and vanishing wall, giant unfinished room with endless possibilities (more bedrooms), fabulous gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, catering kitchen, custom bar, elevator lined with mother of pearl and adorned with a TV and music control pad, Hammam spa with steam room and built ins, temperature-controlled wine cellar, 3 outdoor dining areas, 2 spas, outdoor shower, outdoor home theater, formal gardens, 75′ infinity lap pool, 40′ round swimming pool, separate guest house and more!

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  • Grrrowler

    I really like this place. It feels very Palm Springs, and feels very glam, but is more than the expected mid-century modern. It’s quirky (in a good way), stylish, modern and classic at the same time, and I appreciate that it’s something very different. I also like the glam hasn’t crossed into tacky.




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  • Bella Dunn

    I can’t believe what I am saying but I am in love with this home. So wonderful to see a home that is architecturally correct with the style of the home. It is genius. Pure genius. Boy I would love to live there but the triple digit heat in the summer is too much for me. But someone is going to be a lucky owner of the exquisite home.




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  • Daniel

    Stunningly beautiful. Love all of it, inside and out. Only minor bit that irks me is the crooked island – or the floor. One or the other needs to be changed. Otherwise, it is great.




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    • Grrrowler

      The island bugged me at first too, but the more I look at it, the more it grows on me. It’s almost like a flying carpet sailing over the floor.




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  • Mak

    Oh baby…Sexceeee! Arabian knights!




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  • John L.

    Although Moroccan is not my favorite stye, this home is exquisite!

    Where are all the comments about the lush, green lawn in the desert and all of that water wasted to maintain it? And of course they should have built the Moroccan-style house outside of Marrakesh rather than Palm Desert…




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    • Venom

      Where is this lawn you speak of? From what I can see there is about 20 sq.ft of grass. You might want to get your eyes checked.




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    • Grrrowler

      Architectural details borrowed from one desert area, and used in another desert area: http://tinyurl.com/adarxhe. That seems pretty appropriate to me. I don’t see any lush rolling lawn and water-hungry deciduous trees. I see a lot of native palms and ground covers, with a small patch of grass in the back.




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  • Venom

    I am glad I did not have to Rock the Casbah on this one because I absolute love it. This would be a serious consideration Powerball buy.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Agreed! I’d buy it in a heartbeat if I won the Powerball.




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      • Bella Dunn

        You will need the powerball, as it is 25 million.




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  • Raphael

    i really like the maroccan style.
    i found it on google maps, it’s located at the indiane cove, in bighorn golf club. very beautiful!




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    The choice of colors in this home is not for someone suffering from depression. This combination of colors are completely terrible.




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    • Miss Music

      I wouldn’t want to have a party house like that if I were depressed! The colors are spectacular and remind me of Marrakech!




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  • Miss Music

    The color scheme is based on Moroccan design! I find it brilliant that someone took inspiration from one arid desert climate and transported it to another! I contacted the builder and found that the ‘grass’ is high-quality artificial sod, so don’t fret! Also, the owner incorporated solar panels for several utilities to make it green-worthy!




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    • Daniel

      I thought the grass was artificial! It wouldn’t make sense to have real grass for an area so small and inaccessible for a mower.




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  • Sov

    This house is beautiful but I have one question. Does this house have a garage?




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