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Desert Living Joshua Tree    •    Mojave Desert    •    California

A High Desert Sanctuary of Exclusive Ranch Acreages

A place “to share the sky, the stars, and the sanctity of the desert.” An invitation that nature has so freely given to us as an unending landscape.

Homestead Valley lies in the Southern portion of the Mojave Desert, close to the foothills of the San Bernadino mountains. High desert dreaming, and a private place of seclusion far away, yet “not so far” - endless starlight, sky views, and a sense of freedom that runs on forever.

Homestead Valley Ranch logo
Location Landers California
Type Desert Ranch Acreages
Usage Residential
Construction 2024
Homestead Valley Ranch, Landers, California.

Ranch Arceage Home Number One Under Construction.

Sanctuary Homes in the Mojave Desert

At the divide of the mighty Colorado and Mojave Desert lies the landscape and mystical world of Joshua Tree. We will be building a limited collection of sanctuary homes on our newly acquired lands. These homes will be thoughtfully designed to appeal to unique buyers who are drawn to the natural beauty and simplicity of life in the Desert.

Joshua Tree Incline at Crestview logo
Location Joshua Tree California
Type Modern Desert Homes
Usage Residential
Construction 2024
Incline Homes at Crestview, Joshua Tree, California.

Architect conceptual drawings only.

Project Features
  • Samsung stainless steel fridge, dishwasher, and 4 burner gas range with hood
  • Modern chrome fixtures throughout
  • Quartz countertops
  • Tiled kitchen backsplash
  • Large kitchen island with pendant lighting and lower cabinetry
  • Interior exposed polished concrete floors throughout
  • Stacking washer/dryer
  • Modern low flow water conserving Toto toilets
  • Contemporary master bath with a double vanity
  • Built in tiled showers
  • Walk in master closet
  • Ductless mini-split A/C system
  • 200 amp panel
  • Westinghouse high efficiency gas water heater
  • Two tone stucco siding
  • 7 REC N‐Peak 325 Solar Panels mounted atop a covered carport
  • 2’ x 4’ concrete entry pavers with gravel joints and a redwood border
  • Outdoor shower with concrete floor
  • 5 dual pane sliding glass doors leading to a large, 52’x10’, 520 sq.ft. covered stained concrete patio

Desert Living

“Time and space. In the desert there is space. Space is the twin sister of time. If we have open space then we have open time to breath, to dream, to dare, to play, to pray to move freely, so freely, in a world our minds have forgotten but our bodies remember. Time and space. This partnership is holy. In these redrock canyons, time creates space - an arch, an eye, this blue eye of sky. We remember why we love the desert; it is our tactile response to light, to silence, and to stillness.” - TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS.