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Palm Desert Golf Estate Chops $1 Million Off Its Asking Price
September 3, 2020 in Latest News

The Press Enterprise


A lakefront Mediterranean-style estate in Palm Desert’s Bighorn Golf Club community built for hair transplant pioneer Dr. L. Lee Bosley and his wife, Sandy, has dropped its asking price from $11.995 to $10.95 million.

Beyond gates on more than 1.5 acres of oasis-like grounds, the residence offers 16,404 square feet of living space with eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and a gourmet kitchen with a refrigerated walk-in pantry and dry pantry.

The palatial home was designed in collaboration with architect Bob Ray Offenhauser and completed in 2003. It overlooks the golf course’s fourth green, lake and the San Jacinto Mountains, providing a lush backdrop for the infinity-edge swimming pool, spa and outdoor kitchen with pizza oven.

Outdoor features include a kitchen with a pizza oven, citrus grove and herb garden, and a greenhouse.

The grounds are directly accessed through the family room’s disappearing walls of glass.

Interiors also boast two bathrooms in the master suite with three closets, an antique tub and an outdoor shower, and an office.

A wine room, theater, bar lounge and gym are among the perks.

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

Bosley, who died in 2016 at 84, founded the Beverly Hills-based Bosley Medical Institute focusing on hair restoration.


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Photos by Josh Spooner/ Courtesy of Markus Canter, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties