Part eco-vacation destination, part design showroom, a much sought-after Airbnb rental is on the market with limitless potential. Asking an astonishingly affordable $475,000, the property sits on 2.65 acres of desert in Pioneertown, California. Exquisitely curated, 100% solar-powered, and known as Casa Mami, the home might be the hottest thing in the desert. Especially since the deal includes all upcoming bookings.
Casa Mami counts two bedrooms and one bathroom within 876 square feet, meaning there is little space to waste. Design duo Carlos Naude and Whitney Brown, founders of Working Holiday Studio, are the sellers and are the ones responsible for its Instagram-ready aesthetic. The pair furnished the space with an array of sleek and subtle pieces, each included in the sale.
Pristine outdoor spaces, especially the walled-in gravel patio in rear, amplify the private, spa-like essence of the property. That there is no electric bill—only solar power—only complements the low price tag.
Thoroughly off the grid, the escapist retreat is nevertheless only a 15-minute drive from downtown Joshua Tree’s restaurants, with the entrance of Joshua Tree National Park just 10 minutes further.
Courtney Poulos of Acme Real Estate has the listing.
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