Formerly owned by Bing Crosby, the Rancho Mirage, California property has hit the market for $4.5 million.
This 6,700-square-foot mid-century property sits on 1.5 acres and has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It features a golf course, swimming pool, spa and luxurious guest suite.
The property was built in 1957 with renovations completed in 1985 and has seen its fair share of celebrities and politicians.
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“Over the years, [the guest wing has] He called it the JFK Suite because that’s where JFK stayed when he was visiting,” listing agent David Emerson told Fox Business Network. He added that the former president often visited Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe.
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Emerson said there has been a lot of interest in the house even though it was only listed for a few days.
“She has a lot of energy and a lot of buzz,” he said. “It was really a really exciting time to have this house listed. We’ve already had some VIPs, and CEOs of major companies.”
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Some of the highlights of the dream farm include a living room with an extended covered patio and a kitchen that leads to the backyard, with wall of glass pockets on one side.
The house has panoramic views of the Coachella Valley and is located in the sought-after community of Thunderbird Heights.
According to Realtor.com, in November 2021, the median price for a listing home in Rancho Mirage was $850,000. The Thunderbird community takes the cake as the most expensive neighborhood, with an average home price listed at $2.6 million.
Crosby, known for his recording of the song “White Christmas” and his roles on the silver screen, is said to have had an influence on the design of the house, although Emerson said he was unable to trace the documents for verification.
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Emerson expects the property to be in escrow mode very soon with the massive amount of offers and many people already expressing interest in writing offers.