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First time on the market this custom built home in Araby Cove in South Palm Springs offers mesmerizing mountain views. The custom Spanish\Mediterranean style home is roughly 3453 square feet and with the included adjacent parcel sits on over two acres. Step inside to soaring vaulted ceiling height in the living and dining areas that open to the covered outdoor dining and lounging areas looking to the majestic mountains and surrounding valley. Updated kitchen with solid surface stone counters, custom cabinetry and intimate dining venue again with infinite views. The rock fireplace centers the den area and is also just steps to the pool and spa. Master bedroom also has a fireplace and private star gazing balcony. The master also has walk in closet and generously sized bath with double sinks . Two other bedrooms on the upper floor with bath and additional bedroom/bath/bonus room and powder on the first floor with direct garage access. This property is the gem of Araby Cove!
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