The 10,000-square-foot estate she shares with husband Alan Hamel is on 73 acres in scenic Mesa Canyon. But to access the property, which is built high in the mountainous terrain, you'll need to climb 75 steps -- or ride a private funicular to the top.
Inspired by a village called L’oustau De Baumaniere in Provence, France, this massive compound is made up of five structures that include indoor and outdoor living and dining rooms, a two-room kitchen, a guest suite and a wine vault. An outdoor amphitheater that seats 50 guests, a dance floor, a natural pool, spa, viewing decks, gardens, courtyards and hiking trails are also on the property.
The interiors of the house and rustic finishes, like the fieldstone-covered master bedroom walls, reflect its outdoor surroundings and make the cavernous abode feel intimate. Our favorite part? A white claw foot nestled into the brush on the outdoor patio so you can take baths in the sun.
Interested? Go ahead and "knock on her door... she's been waiting for you." We kid, but click through the slideshow of this stunning property and head over to Joyce Rey of Coldwel Banker's listing for more information.
Additional reporting by Ann Brenoff
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