Unreal   Desert   Getaway

3230  Balsa Ave, Yucca Valley, CA 92284

2-10 Guests stay & up to 50 for event desert house. 

from 2 beds to 5 master suites

In the realm of real estate development, cost-effective projects often face the challenge of standing out in a crowded market. However, by embracing innovative design principles, developers can transform these projects into unique and highly desirable properties that capture the attention of buyers. Here are a few key benefits of incorporating innovative design into low-budget projects:

Our goal was to create something special while keeping costs down. We used reclaimed wood posts and passive solar heating to make the space beautiful and sustainable.

One highlight is the outdoor area with 70 reclaimed wood posts forming a stunning sculpture. It's both a visual centerpiece and a fun spot for photos.

Reclaimed wood isn't just eco-friendly; it adds warmth and character to the space. Plus, it's durable and versatile, perfect for both indoors and outdoors.

Our innovative and different design proves you don't need a big budget to create something amazing. Come experience the magic of 3230 Balsa Ave and see how innovation can transform any space.

Design by Andrian

Ⓒ Go Nuts Design Inc



For the outdoor event area, we devised a solution that offers both privacy and allure. A wall was strategically erected to provide a sense of seclusion from the street, while an opening invites guests into the enchanting space beyond. Drawing inspiration from the desert landscape and the vast expanse of land surrounding the property, we conceived an unexpected yet captivating feature.

Seventy reclaimed wood posts, each boasting an impressive diameter of 8 inches and spaced 3 feet apart, were meticulously arranged in a square plan. The result is a striking multipurpose sculpture, adorned with wavy rows that visually obscure the opening while maintaining accessibility. This intricate pattern not only casts mesmerizing shadows but also bestows a remarkable character upon the rental property, serving as its defining visual element.

Furthermore, the arrangement of the posts on the plan forms a captivating stellar pattern, serving as a distinctive marketing asset for the Balsa property. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, this feature doubles as a delightful playground for children and an ideal backdrop for photo shoots.

Above all, this installation leaves a lasting impression on event guests, offering a grand and unforgettable entrance that sets the tone for a truly memorable experience.

Balsa Gate Reclaimed Wood Posts

Balsa Gate Reclaimed Wood Sample

Balsa Gate Reclaimed Wood Samples


Reclaimed wood posts offer a sustainable and aesthetically pleasing solution for various projects. Instead of using new wood, reclaimed wood is sourced from previously used structures, such as old buildings, barns, or factories, giving it a unique character and history.

By choosing reclaimed wood posts, you not only contribute to environmental conservation by reducing the demand for new lumber but also help preserve forests and natural habitats. Additionally, repurposing old wood reduces waste and minimizes the carbon footprint associated with logging and manufacturing new materials.

Beyond their eco-friendly benefits, reclaimed wood posts add a distinct charm and warmth to any space. Each piece carries its own story, with visible signs of weathering, patina, and character that cannot be replicated with new wood. This lends a rustic and authentic feel to your project, creating a connection to the past while adding timeless elegance to the present.

Furthermore, reclaimed wood posts are incredibly versatile and durable, suitable for a wide range of applications, including landscaping, construction, furniture making, and artistic installations. Their weathered appearance and natural imperfections only enhance their beauty, making them ideal for both interior and exterior design projects

Wedding Dinner 50 People

Dance floor area.

Chef track (Kitchen on wheels) special Parking place in the back of the bar

BBQ/Outdoor Cooking

8-16 People Indoor/outdoor  diner

8-16 People Outdoor Serving and Bar/kitchen/BBQ

Wedding Venue 50 People

Wedding Photo Shoot (In and out of property)

Musicians place

Hallway in the house design desert
Yucca Valley House design axonometry diagram
Yucca Valley House design axonometry diagram

Photo shooting

8-16 People Swimming/Spa/Pool lounge



Passive heating, or passive solar heating, means trapping heat from the sun inside your home and using thermal mass, heat flow and insulation effectively to store, distribute, and retain the heat.

Passive heating in residential homes utilizes design principles to maximize natural heat gain from the sun, minimizing the need for active heating systems. Through strategic placement of windows, insulation, and thermal mass, passive heating harnesses solar energy to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures, reducing energy consumption and environmental impact.

Innovative design is not just a luxury reserved for high-budget projects—it's a strategic investment that can elevate low-budget developments to new heights of success. By embracing creativity, sustainability, and forward-thinking design principles, developers can unlock the full potential of their projects and deliver exceptional value to buyers in search of something truly special.