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Location: Palm Springs, California
Now that the recent Palm Springs homes we featured—i.e. Donald Wexler's own house and a surprisingly affordable bungalow— have all sold, this renovated midcentury in the Vista Las Palmas neighborhood may be the new Palm Springs dream house. Designed by architect Charles DuBois and built in 1963 by the Alexander Construction Company, the 2,584-square-foot home with massive curb appeal has been updated by local design firm H3K Design. Offering four bedrooms and picture-perfect landscaping with an oversized pool in tow, the home was first listed for $1.595M this past November and had a pending sale by the new year. For whatever reason, it has just come back on the market and asking not a penny less.
Past the orange double doors, a supremely airy space renovated with a vintage touch awaits. The open-plan living area retains the original fireplace and connects an updated chef's kitchen with breakfast bar and nook. Meanwhile, sliding glass doors open up to the backyard oasis offering a fire pit, waterfall spa, pergola, and quintessential palm tree views.
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