A Palm Springs Historic Landmark located at the Top of The Mesa! The grand room reminiscent of Hearst Castle with its oversized fireplace once housed the first illegal Casino in 1940. Legend has it that the property's perch high above the valley made it the perfect location to spot federal agents on their way up the hill in the event of a raid. The property will only be sold in conjunction with the adjacent parcel (APN# 513-363-003).MLS#19-498568PS. The combined square footage of both lots is 45,738. The existing structure houses one bedroom and one bath. There are two additional bedrooms accessed from separate outdoor entrances. The upstairs penthouse suite with sweeping views of the entire valley can be a spectacular guest casita. It is currently unfinished. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire a piece of Palm Springs history! The adjacent buildable lot still has the footings for a house that was never completed. Endless possibilities at the top of The Mesa
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Listing information last updated on August 20th, 2019 at 2:02pm PDT.