Joshua Tree’s Insta-Famous Monument House is Open to the Public for the First Time Ever

Known for its colorful and geometric exterior, the Insta-famous Monument House in Joshua Tree, Calif. is now available to the public for rent. 

The home was originally designed by Josh Schweitzer as a private retreat for the owner’s friends and family, so tourists have only been able to admire the remarkable architecture from afar. Now, anyone can stay a night—or two—inside the iconic home. 

Located a mile away from Joshua Tree National Park entrance, Monument House comprises three cubic-shaped structures painted shades of green, blue and pink to complement the natural colors of its desert surroundings. 

Uniquely-shaped windows and archways offer natural lighting and picturesque views from inside the home’s open-plan living spaces, which feature a large living room and fully-equipped chef’s kitchen. The bedroom comfortably sleeps two with a premium king mattress and a bathroom complete with a vanity and walk-in shower. 

Be prepared to disconnect and enjoy the beauty of California’s high desert while utilizing the post-modern home’s secluded backyard, outdoor gazebo and hot tub tucked away in the privacy of mountainous boulders. 

Monument House is listed by Homestead Modern, starting at $990 for a two-night stay. Book your stay here.

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