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Palatial Mediterranean-Style Home Hits The Market in BigHorn
June 5, 2020 in Latest News
A palatial Mediterranean-style home built for hair transplant pioneer Dr. L. Lee Bosley and his wife, Sandy, in Palm Desert's Bighorn Golf Club has hit the market for $11.995 million.
MSN Microsoft News | LA Daily News | written by, Sandra Barrera

Set on more than 1.5 acres overlooking the green, lake and distant San Jacinto Mountains, the estate — designed in collaboration with architect Bob Ray Offenhauser and completed in 2003 — has 16,404 square feet of living space with eight bedrooms, eleven bathrooms and a gourmet kitchen with a refrigerated walk-in pantry.

There’s also a dry pantry.

The kitchen opens onto the family room, which provides access through disappearing sliding glass walls to the infinity-edge swimming pool plus a pizza oven and a large greenhouse, surrounded by lush gardens.

An outdoor shower is a feature of the master suite, also appointed with an antique tub, two bathrooms with three closets and an office.

A wine room, theater and gym help complete the offerings.

Markus Canter and Cristie St. James of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties are the listing agents.

Bosley, who died in 2016 at age 84, founded the Beverly Hills-based Bosley Medical Institute with a focus on hair restoration for both men and women.

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