If you’re a fan of multidisciplinary American artist Fritz Haeg, here’s your chance to own and live inside one of his unique works. Located in Joshua Tree, this eye-catching, Haeg-designed home has hit the market for $498,000. Sandwiched between two large five-acre Bureau of Land Management (BLM) parcels, this Joshua Tree home offers spectacular views in every direction.

back of home with curved roof over rear entrance and a side outdoor patio

side of the house with bathroom

Located on a 45-acre lot at 2373 Arizona Road, this Fritz Haeg Joshua Tree home is a one-of-a-kind design spanning 721 square feet with one bedroom and one bathroom. Given its desert surroundings, the residence was built with high-efficiency heating and cooling as well and insulated glass to lower the energy footprint. The custom-build house sits on a concrete slab foundation. Concrete has also been used for the flooring throughout the interior and on the outdoor patio.

dining room with curved wood ceilings and views of the desert

living room with light gray couch, white coffee table, and two colorful sitting poofs

The glazed entrance to the home is recessed behind an arched overhang, and transom windows and sidelights let in additional natural light. Instead of a foyer, the interior immediately opens up to the dining room with a compact kitchen area behind it. A low dividing wall separates the eat-in kitchen from the living area bathed in daylight. Large windows frame panoramic views of the outdoors.

bathroom inside a rounded corrugated metal room

kitchen and dining space with wood table, wood cabinets, and a rounded wood ceiling

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Located on the opposite side of the home from the dining area, the bedroom is similarly cocooned in an arched room with curved timber walls that extend seamlessly to form a barrel ceiling. This bedroom is also separated from the central living area by a top-mounted patterned sliding door. The custom bathroom is tucked into the rear of the house in a cylindrical volume made of corrugated metal. The house also opens up to a covered back patio, where residents can truly embrace the desert landscape.

+ 2373 Arizona Road

Images via Paul Karr

bed with white bedding and a small night stand with an orange lamp under a curved wood ceiling

back patio with table and chairs as well as two white lounge chairs