Reno yurt houses have been making the news lately thanks to their unique and beautiful properties, which they’re often able to sell for tens of thousands of dollars.
These structures were once built by the Spanish explorer Juan Perón in the 1700s and later expanded by Perón’s nephew, Diego de la Vega, to accommodate his growing empire.
In the mid-1800s, Perón purchased a yurt house on the coast of Baja California, then named Las Cabras de la Concepción.
Today, the yurt complex houses homes in Palm Springs, Palm Springs Gardens, and La Jolla.
The yurt mansion in question is one of a few structures in the world that has been converted into a luxurious residence.
The interior is decorated with a glass and stone facade, a glass-walled garden, and a large glass-and-stone pavilion.
The house’s interior is a mix of Spanish-style architecture, with an ornate design that looks like it was created by a Renaissance artist.
The exterior features a massive wooden deck, and the interior includes a fireplace, a dining room, a library, and several bedrooms.
The mansion’s owner, the late Perón, has lived there for more than a century.
The home is surrounded by a large park, which is ideal for outdoor activities.
The main building features a large courtyard and an enclosed terrace with views of the ocean and the bay.
When the property was first built, Peron’s nephew Diego de La Vega, who was traveling in Mexico, owned the mansion.
Diego deLa Vega purchased the mansion in 1929 and renovated it into a luxury residence in the late 1980s.
Today the estate has become one of the most expensive properties in the Palm Springs area.
The Yurt House is not just a luxury structure; it is a testament to the influence Peron and his family had on the region, and to the importance of architecture and landscape design in the region’s history.
Today’s Yurt Houses have become a focal point for the region in the past decade, but their heritage also stretches back further.
Before Peron, the property had been inhabited by the Aztec tribe of Pancho Villa.
The Panchos lived in an underground palace that was built into the cliff face of the Panchoan village of Las Palmas de los Pancholes.
The palace served as a religious and ceremonial center for the Pachas.
A Panchon named El Cacique de la Villa, who lived in the palace in the 1920s, wrote that he and his father, Panchona, would visit Panchotles wives and children every year on the weekends.
In 1931, the Pálles de las Palmas family moved the Aztecs to the Pacheco mountains in northwestern Mexico, and eventually the Paches were moved to a ranch on the Pampas de Santa Ana River in California.
In 1932, Perona bought a portion of the property from the Pampaños and became the sole owner of the estate.
When Peron died in the mid 1980s, his son Diego de los Santos took over the property and began renovations.
The renovated Yurt house is located in the former Pampanas de Santa Anibal house, a Pampansan compound, which was the site of the Aztek village that was home to the Aztes.
The former house has a small pool and swimming pool, a garden, a gymnasium, a tennis court, a children’s play area, and other amenities.
Today Peron built a private yurt lodge in the Yurt.
The lodge was designed by architect David M. Sánchez and has a fireplace that sits on the ground, and is decorated in the Papanas fresco style.
The building is open to the public.
The owners of the Yurts say they want to continue preserving the history of the house and the culture that surrounded it, and that they believe Peron created the structure to help the Papans achieve the greatness that they achieved in the area.