Rock Reach House, profiled in the April 2010 issue of Dwell magazine, is a modern steel house perched amidst a pristine high desert setting replete with enormous weathered boulders – along with ancient juniper, pinón and desert oak trees – in a private community near Joshua Tree National Park, California. The house is available for architecture and desert aficionados alike; or for anyone who simply wants to decompress in style and serenity.
All 320 acres of Rock Reach are characterized by expanses of heavily weathered boulders, along with ancient junipers, stunted desert oaks and resilient piñon pines. It is a high desert wonderland. Most of the landscape is untouched and every bit as unique as any land within nearby Joshua Tree National Park itself.
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A comprehensive website for the house can be found at www”RockReachHouse”com