PARADE OF HOMES TO FEATURE TWENTYNINE PALMS HIDDEN TREASURE

PARADE OF HOMES TO FEATURE TWENTYNINE PALMS HIDDEN TREASURE

All six homes have been selected for Reach Out Morongo Basin’s Parade of Homes tour on February 18. Now in its 14th year, the fundraiser pays for services to local senior and disabled residents. In the coming days Z107.7 will preview the homes on the tour one at time. Today we go to Twentynine Palms. Here’s Mike Lipsitz with a sneak peek at another of the six homes on the tour…
The Parade of Homes is a self-guided tour of six standout residences. Casa de Loma is one of four featured homes in Twentynine Palms. Built in 1935 as part of an expansion of the exclusive Adobe Hotel, the owner envisioned it as a ‘presidential suite.’ The adobe brick hotel changed hands many times over the years and was eventually subdivided into apartments. Casa de Loma sat abandoned for more than 20 years before Jan and Gary Peters, formerly of historic Roughley Manor, took ownership and embarked on major renovations inside and out. Of particular note is the home’s spacious outdoor dining and entertainment area with expansive views of our Morongo Basin. Parade of Homes tickets are $25 and include tour of all six homes and lunch at the Park Rock Cafe in Joshua Tree with live music by The Luminators. Ticket sales begin January 8.

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