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Dreamy Palm Springs midcentury with excellent landscaping asks $1.3M

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Further fuel for your California dreamin’

Interior shot of living room with sloping beamed ceilings and large sliding glass windows looking out onto a pool.
Built in 1951, the home underwent an extensive renovation in 2003.
Photos via Zillow

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Location: Palm Springs, California

Price: $1,320,000

With just a week to go before the official start of winter, you might want to consider “wintering” in a warmer climate. And what’s a better place to do so than in a midcentury modern home in the Palm Springs desert? Here’s a 1951-built rancher that you can, at the very least, dream about owning.

Custom-built by “pioneering Palm Springs families of Summers and Hicks,” according to the listing, the 2,468-square-foot three-bed-three bath was extensively renovated in 2003 and features gleaming terrazzo floors, sloped beamed ceilings, large stone hearth, open-plan living, spacious bedrooms, and plenty of windows.

Outside, the property continues to shine. A pool, spa, two fire pits, outdoor shower, and covered patio make up the landscaped backyard, while the front of the home has been designed with mature desert plants and an additional fire pit. Located at 1080 East Alejo Road, and just a few doors down from Twin Palms, Frank Sinatra’s estate, it’s asking $1,320,000.

Via: Hi Brad Palm Springs