Ex-F1 world champion Jenson Button is set to sell his $2.3 million Palm Springs Villa

Jenson Button acquired the California property during the fall of 2021.

Ex-F1 world champion Jenson Button is set to sell his $2.3 million Palm Springs Villa

Jenson Button (In circle Via IMAGO) and his Palm Springs Villa (Via Natural Retreats)

Jenson Button, the former F1 world champion, has put up a rental villa for sale in the California desert city of Palm Springs. It is located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains and the base price for the property has been set at $2.3 Million. As per the records, Button and his wife, Brittany purchased the place in the fall of 2021.


Moreover, the property was back then, bought for $1.7 million from filmmaker and screenwriter Josh Evans. After acquiring the property the Button’s decided to give it a new structure and design as Jenson’s wife is an interior designer. As per Yahoo Finance, they subsequently started putting it up for rental use and named it “The Mesa Bungalows.”

As per Natural Retreats, the starting per-night price at the property is set at around $900 per night. The property was built back in 1937 and the two-story structure to date offers four en-suite bedrooms with their separate entrances and five baths in 2,200 square feet of retro-inspired living space.

There are also palm-laced grounds that support a kidney-shaped swimming pool and Spa. All in all, the property has everything that tourists/potential buyers could ask for and the property’s rates could sky-rocket if the Button sees a huge demand for it.


Jenson Button’s palm strings property has quite a few eye-catching features

Apart from the things mentioned above, Jenson Button’s Palm Springs property also has a kitchen that is outfitted with a mint-green gas stove, an eat-in island, a butler’s pantry, along with an adjoining dining area that connects to a living room with floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

Jenson Button's California Villa (Credits: Architectural digest)
Jenson Button’s California Villa (Credits: Architectural Digest)

When it comes to the other attractions, there is a primary bedroom that has an aesthetic bath equipped with dual vanities, a freestanding soaking tub, and a large glass-encased shower, as well as a guest bedroom with access to the all-important sundeck. An additional two guest rooms span over a third of an acre.

The former Formula 1 driver, over the years, has amassed quite a few properties and currently sits on top of a huge fortune. He sees the California Villa as a great income opportunity and considering its location, there are surely going to be quite a few people who would be interested in acquiring the property.

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