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Ravishing Palm Springs Midcentury Bungalow Asks $395K

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All photos courtesy of The Paul Kaplan Group

Location: Palm Springs, California
Price: $395,000

Here's a chance to get a slice of the Palm Springs modernism dream for way less than the usual numbers we see for those covetable desert estates. Granted, the place is pretty petite—but it is pretty. Last sold just this past August for $258K, current owners are now trying to flip it for $395K (sans homeowners association fees), offering a totally renovated pad with new kitchen fixtures, polished concrete floors, HVAC system, and landscaping. The 1955-built home comes with the requisite clerestory windows for great daylighting and both bedrooms feature sliding glass doors opening out to the backyard and pool.


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