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Stay in Style: ‘Queer Eye’ Bobby Berk’s House is Now Up on Airbnb

Emmy Award-nominated host of Netflix’s Queer Eye, Bobby Berk added his designer chops to his latest project: becoming an Airbnb host.

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The reality star's beautiful home,  called Casa Tierra (‘house of the earth’ in Spanish) is nestled in the cliffs  of Palm Desert.

Prior to opening it to the public, Berk did a massive remodel of the 5,000-square-foot home, lending it his  unique approach to interior style.

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“I wanted it to feel like you were in Tulum or Cabo,” Berk told Architectural Digest. “I wanted you to come to our resort and feel like you never really need to leave.”

Spanning 5,000 square feet, Casa Tierra offers guests 7 custom-designed bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms to its onsite casitas  and covered balconies.

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With room for 16 people, Berk thought of everything to make the guests feel  at home.

“We went as big as we could in this kitchen and added this huge dining room table,” Berk shares on his Instagram page, showcasing the cozy (and ample) custom bench seating.

And while there’s plenty of beds and places to relax, the stunning property also includes a variety of luxurious amenities outside the home.

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Featuring sprawling outdoor areas, guests can enjoy the pool and hot tub while soaking up the gorgeous California sunshine.

There's also a cool outdoor bar that seems like the perfect spot to end a fun day. Other fun add-ons: a bocce ball court and designated yoga and meditation areas.

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If Berk’s Spanish Hacienda–style property sounds like the perfect getaway, you can book your stay on Airbnb. 

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Credit for images: Sara Ligorria-Tramp / Airbnb