The Graham Residence was built in 2011 for Gordon Graham, a Canadian who admired Rock Reach House, a nearby home that had been built two years earlier. Both homes utilize the revolutionary prefabricated light-gauge steel frame system devised by the company Blue Sky Building Systems.

The Graham Residence sits on a spectacular 10-acre parcel of land at 4,000 feet above sea level in the 320-acre private community of Rock Reach (within the Town of Yucca Valley) in Southern California.   

Rock Reach is characterized by massive weathered boulders, ancient juniper, piñon and desert oak trees. Serenity and solitude are pervasive — neighbors nearly non-existent. This is the Mojave Desert at its finest. 

The Graham Residence is a modern glass and concrete structure that floats over the landscape on its unique steel frame. Numerous sliding glass doors invite indoor — outdoor living. It offers two bedrooms and one bathroom in about 1,200 square feet of space. It is furnished with a nod to midcentury modernist sensibilities.   

The Jacuzzi is perched on a nearby ridge and affords insane views of both the surrounding surreal landscape — but also of 180 degree view of the sky. The stargazing is remarkable. Also be sure to check out the propane fire feature for even more inviting stargazing. 

There are plenty of hiking opportunities on our property. And immediately adjacent to us on the east side is government land that invites even more exploring. 

Come visit The Graham Residence soon! 

Lindsey Herron
Yoni Goldberg


Square feet – 1,200
Bedrooms – 2
Bathrooms – 1
Land –  10-acres


Rock Climbing
Bird Watching
Star Gazing
Scenic Drives
Mountain Biking


Joshua Tree National Park
Two Bunch Palms Spa
The Integratron 
Noah Purifoy Art Installation
Pappy & Harriet's
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