Jerry Weintraub was a classic Hollywood actor who turned to producing successful films like the Oceans trilogy. His custom-designed Coachella Valley retreat in the Bighorn Golf Club community is now on the market priced at $16 million.
The house is measured at 9,152 square feet and was designed by famed architect Guy Dreier. The single-story home includes a total of six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. It also boasts of glass walls that recede automatically, a fully equipped guest house, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a pool, a media center, and a London-style pub modeled after Claridges Bar.
The Oceans Trilogy film producer Jerry Weintraub’s Palm Desert Home is listed under the Real Estate Listing of Bighorn Properties.
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Producer of Oceans Eleven, Oceans Twelve, and Oceans Thirteen, as well as an Emmy winner, the late Jerry Weintraub was known not only for his expansive career achievements but also for his taste when it came to owning exceptional real estate. Now for sale is his custom-designed Palm Desert Coachella Valley retreat in the Bighorn Golf Club community.
The 9,152-square-foot, single-story home has a total of six bedrooms and eight baths, glass walls that recede automatically for a seamless transition between inside and out, a fully equipped guest house, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a pool, a media center, and a pub modeled after Claridges Bar in London. Designed by popular architect Guy Dreier, the house is being sold with many of the custom furnishings included. Priced at $16 million.