Fashion heiress, Patricia Gucci, the granddaughter of Guccio Gucci, and the daughter of Aldo Gucci, the man who introduced Gucci to the world by leading its global expansion from its family roots in Florence, Italy, is selling her Moroccan style home in California, for $9 million.
This luxury property spreads on 23 acre land in Mountain Center in the San Jacinto Mountains, and includes with 10,885 square feet main house, that offers beautiful views of Coachella Valley and three of Southern California’s highest peaks. The main house, called Casa Azzura, boasts 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, spacious kitchen with sinks and tiles in a stunning shade of blue, office, library, stunning media room and a movie theater.
This luxury desert reatreat also features a guest house, a full tennis court (there are quarters to prepare for the match, too), well arranged backyard, pool that lights up at night, spa, and oddly, a large kennel.
Patricia Gucci bought the house in 1993 for $950,000 and has since updated and expanded the property. So, now you can buy the house, with the highest quality features and celebrity amenities, and only 15-minute drive to Palm Desert.
Patricia Gucci was born in London on the 1st of March, 1963 and is the only child of Aldo Gucci and Bruna Palombo. She was relatively sheltered from the Gucci life until she turned 18, when her father appointed her fashion co-ordinator and roving ambassador, leading to the The New York Times declaring her “the most eligible girl in the world.” She has three daughters – Alexandra, Victoria and Isabella. She lives in Switzerland, and according to The Wall Street Journal, she is selling the home because she and her family live too far from the house.
Jane Dorian and Richard Bartholomew of Partners Trust are listing agents.