Golden Barrel Homestead - Endless Desert Views

  • 2 Beds |
  • 2 Baths |
  • 4 Guests
  • | 0 Pets
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Golden Barrel Homestead - Endless Desert Views Description

Golden Barrel is a historic homestead adobe home on a charming one-acre parcel of land in the Mojave Desert Town of Yucca Valley. The property offers both a BBQ and propane fire feature, as well as four outdoor living areas for lounging and dining while enjoying the outstanding vistas of the surrounding hills and mountains, including San Gorgonio. While its ideal location means short drives to all of the High Desert’s most popular attractions and amenities.

Golden Barrel Homestead dates back to 1949. Subsequent to the passing of the Small Tract Act of 1938, the original adobe brick structure was built as the part of the trend of building homestead cabins in the desert. The original adobe brick structure was expanded over the years. It now offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms — with open-plan living and dining areas. In the mid-nineties the kitchen was added to the house and the barn built.

Additionally, there are four outdoor “living” spaces — two dining areas and two lounging areas. Each of these areas offer views of the surrounding natural beauty and are perfect for watching sunrises, sunsets and for stargazing. The house sits on a one-acre parcel of land in the quiet community of Juniper Terrace. The immediate area is characterized by an abundance of Joshua Trees and beautiful views most notably to the West the San Bernardino Mountain Range, including Southern California’s highest peak, San Gorgonio and to the north Chaparros Peak and the surrounding hills that make the Yucca Valley.
High Desert’s most popular attractions include Joshua Tree National Park and Pappy & Harriet’s, the legendary restaurant, bar and music venue. Even Palm Springs, with its restaurants and shopping, is not far away.


 

Amenities

Pets Not Allowed
Smoking Not Allowed
EV Charger
Self Check-In
Propane Fire Pit
Mini Split Units for Heating/Cooling
Television
Games
Books
Laptop Friendly
Grill
Enhanced Cleaning Practices
Wifi
  • Checkin Available
  • Checkout Available
  • Not Available

Seasonal Rates (Nightly)

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Golden Barrel is a historic homestead adobe home on a charming one-acre parcel of land in the Mojave Desert Town of Yucca Valley. The property offers both a BBQ and propane fire feature, as well as four outdoor living areas for lounging and dining while enjoying the outstanding vistas of the surrounding hills and mountains, including San Gorgonio. While its ideal location means short drives to all of the High Desert’s most popular attractions and amenities.

Golden Barrel Homestead dates back to 1949. Subsequent to the passing of the Small Tract Act of 1938, the original adobe brick structure was built as the part of the trend of building homestead cabins in the desert. The original adobe brick structure was expanded over the years. It now offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms — with open-plan living and dining areas. In the mid-nineties the kitchen was added to the house and the barn built.

Additionally, there are four outdoor “living” spaces — two dining areas and two lounging areas. Each of these areas offer views of the surrounding natural beauty and are perfect for watching sunrises, sunsets and for stargazing. The house sits on a one-acre parcel of land in the quiet community of Juniper Terrace. The immediate area is characterized by an abundance of Joshua Trees and beautiful views most notably to the West the San Bernardino Mountain Range, including Southern California’s highest peak, San Gorgonio and to the north Chaparros Peak and the surrounding hills that make the Yucca Valley.
High Desert’s most popular attractions include Joshua Tree National Park and Pappy & Harriet’s, the legendary restaurant, bar and music venue. Even Palm Springs, with its restaurants and shopping, is not far away.


 
Pets Not Allowed
Smoking Not Allowed
EV Charger
Self Check-In
Propane Fire Pit
Mini Split Units for Heating/Cooling
Television
Games
Books
Laptop Friendly
Grill
Enhanced Cleaning Practices
Wifi
  • Checkin Available
  • Checkout Available
  • Not Available

Seasonal Rates (Nightly)

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Golden Barrel Homestead - Endless Desert Views

  • 2 BEDS |
  • 2 BATHS |
  • 4 GUESTS
  • | 0 PETS

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