The luxurious Palm Desert home owned by the late Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub is on the market for $16 million. And it’s pretty.
The 9,152-square-foot, six-bedroom Weintraub Estate is located on the grounds of the Bighorn Golf Club and has views of both the Santa Rosa mountain range and across the golf course.
Weintraub – whose career spanned decades – died after two heart attacks in July at the age of 77. He managed tours for Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley and produced the original version of “The Karate Kid,” its 2010 remake, as well as “Ocean’s Eleven” (and Twelve, and Thirteen.)
The home’s pub room – which has an ode to Weintraub’s work with an “Ocean’s Bar” sign – was modeled after Claridge’s Bar in London and has a classic hammered tin ceiling. The media room is certainly fit for a Hollywood big-shot with its six flat screen televisions and theatre chairs.
Outside there are multiple covered living spaces, three spas and two swimming pools (one of which extends into the master suite, covered by glass flooring,) all accessible through huge retractable glass walls.
The property is listed by Bighorn Properties.