My accidental visit to Greta Garbo's house

Hope you had a great Easter weekend!

I was lucky enough to have been invited to Palm Springs for the weekend with a bunch of moms and teenage boys to stay at La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs. The hotel is a gigantic but incredibly charming golf resort built in the 1920’s surrounded by a beautiful mountain range. The entire site was so pretty it felt like a movie backdrop. And to make it even more interesting, I stumbled on one of the most magical houses I’ve ever seen….

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While wandering the area I happened to stumble upon a wedding being set up in a courtyard of  a house in a quiet corner of the hotel property.

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Something with the house really intrigued me and I had to take a closer look.

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Turns out the house once belonged to Swedish silent film star Greta Garbo.


The entire house was left the way it was when she lived in it.

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The simple yet grand Spanish 1920’s kitchen.

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The kitchen led out to a lowered sunken living room…

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Where time seemed to have stood still.

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The house consisted of three separate wings divided  by the courtyard.

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The living room was very Scandinavian.

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I can only imagine what it looked like at one time.

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A grand soaring living room.

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And amazingly old/modern bathrooms.

How cool!

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I bet the lone seeking movie star enjoyed some real peace and quiet here.



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