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Wedding at Frederick Loewe’s Estate

The Frederick Loewe Estate

Dreamy Outdoor Weddings in Palm Springs

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With 360-degree views of the San Jacinto mountains, Frederick Loewe’s incredible sprawling estate is easily one of the most breathtaking wedding venues in Palm Springs. This stunning, glass walled, 5,000 square foot mid-century modern home on 2.5 sprawling and secluded acres, built in 1956, was Frederick Loewe’s “Little Camelot.”

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Time Magazine’s November 14, 1960 cover story described this home as an “airy, glass pleasure dome.”

Amenities include a large living room and bar area, glass dining room that seats 16, huge fully appointed kitchen, comfortable media room, and luxury linens. A built in sound system can be controlled individually for the master suite, kitchen, media room, dining room and outside pool area. The extensively landscaped grounds also feature a fruit grove and various citrus trees throughout.

Frederick Loewe's Estate

The estate is often referred to as “magical.” It is the perfect setting for an outside wedding. The residence is furnished with many period pieces and extensive art and memorabilia throughout the house and grounds. The Loewe Estate is perfectly situated in a small enclave in the exclusive Little Tuscany neighborhood near downtown and 10 minutes from Palm Springs International Airport.

Frederick Loewe's Estate

Loewe is famous for composing popular Broadway show tunes. His first hit was Brigadoon, which ran on Broadway from March 1947 to July 1948 and won the 1947 New York Drama Critics’ Circle award as Best Musical. It was followed in 1951 by Paint Your Wagon. In 1956, Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady was produced on Broadway and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer took notice and commissioned them to write the film musical Gigi in 1958, which won nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Their next Broadway musical was Camelot in 1960.  Loewe retired to Palm Springs in 1960. 

Frederick Loewe's Estate

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