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Actress Suzanne Somers may have stared in the '80s sitcom Three's Company, but when it comes to having guests at her eight-bedroom, 11-bath Palm Springs compound, it's the more the merrier. The property's 8,826-square-foot living quarters span five levels sprawled across multiple villas on nearly 70 mountainside acres. The construction began in the 1920s in a rustic French style, and it has continued over the years so the home now includes every imaginable luxury amenity, from a 5,000-bottle wine cellar to a master suite that contains separate his and her home offices. The grounds include multiple spas and waterfalls, a sheltered amphitheater, outdoor dining rooms, and even a meditation garden. The unique furniture, collected from around the world, according to the listing, is included in the sale. There's no denying this over-the-top property is truly one of a kind. Check it out for yourself ahead.


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