Not all homes are created equal, and Suzanne Somers' former estate is certainly a bump above the rest. The actress's compound is a desert oasis in the heart of Palm Springs, taking inspiration from Tuscan architecture and the surrounding landscape. Listed at $8.95 million, this is one not to be missed.
Exhibiting a trove of Mediterranean decor inspiration, the 5-structure compound (comprising one main house and four villas) sits on 28 acres of land 5 minutes from downtown Palm Springs.
The complete estate boasts seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms and spans 7,280 square feet, including ten outdoor venues and an open-air carriage that takes guests up the property for panoramic views.
The magical oasis is defined by its stunning outdoor spaces, creating an environment that is both theatrical and inviting. It's a backyard like no other. 'When you tour this incredible home with its amazing setting, it's easy to see why it has been such a loved home by its owner and their guests,' says Scott Lyle, the agent who currently holds the listing with Compass. 'There is simply nothing like it!'
One of the most outstanding features is Suzanne Somers' former outdoor bathtub, a luxe alternative to a classic outdoor shower. The tub sits on a beautiful platform above the mountainous terrain. We can't stop looking at this, our favorite feature.
And, speaking of spaces to soak, Suzanne's lagoon-like swimming pool provides a second beautiful, sunlit place to enjoy the outdoors of the property.
Moving indoors, Suzanne Somers' home is a stunner, full of natural wood and natural light. The rustic farmhouse kitchen uses beautiful wooden cabinets with a tiled backsplash, while the living room becomes ultra-ornate with an antique-style fireplace.
Domed ceilings and natural stone walls give the bedroom a classic, European feel. Not pictured, a two-room chef’s kitchen with a hidden wine cellar furthers the timeless mystery of the gorgeous home. From the outside in, this house is a resounding 'yes' from us.
Shop the Look
This tranquil, mid-tone classic tan beige is said to be 'the next best thing to being in Japan,' and of course, it comes with our approval.
This beautiful woven chair is the perfect addition to an Italian-inspired living room, endowing any space with the flair of this home.
For meandering paths, hidden outdoor features, and Tuscan-inspired interiors, we can't think of a better house. No wonder Suzanne Somers needed to call this place home.
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I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.
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