Price:             $229,998

Address:       13644 Mountain Top Drive, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

Bedrooms:    Master with attached bath & two smaller bedrooms

Baths:             One full bath, one three quarter bath

Square feet:   House 1,400 Lot 9,583 Price Per Square Ft $164.28

Year built:       2004

Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN) 644-252-005

More features:    Wood burning gas fired fireplace; security alarm and exterior lighting, central A/C & furnace; dishwasher; disposal; Window treatments, double pane windows, shutters, tile roof; sewer rather than septic tank; magnificent view of two 10,000 ft mountains; close to trail-hiking, biking, public transportation.

Call me to make an appointment to see this house. You will enjoy it.

 This is a California Pepper Tree. One like it grows in the back yard.
This type of California Pepper Tree is in the back yard

Mature citrus trees in the back yard provide fruit and shade. A real lawn in the front provides the cooling effect necessary in the desert. Spanish clay tile on the roof adds to the centuries old technique to cool the house. The generous cement drive into the garage (instead of heat generating macadam) and a gated cement drive allows RV parking on the side behind a fence. Inside the house, the cool tile floors retain the cool temps while the ceiling fans circulate the air in each room sharing the task with the central A/C unit. In the kitchen, twin steel basin sinks & disposal are fed with commercial grade faucet with sprayer surrounded by granite top surfaces. Hood is vented to the outside sharing space with extra cabinetry for pantry and utensil storage making the kitchen a genuine favorite of the house including the view from the kitchen of the citrus trees and the pretty pepper tree.


Miracle Hill may not be the listing agent for all properties that appear here for sale or lease. However Miracle Hill (broker license #01929861) will complete the lease or sale transaction.



Spring in Desert Hot Springs

                                                                                                                                                                                   Photo Courtesy of Donna Poyuzina