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Location: Bermuda Dunes, California
Inspired by the gorgeously functional flat-roofed homes by Donald Wexler, the influential architect behind Palm Springs Modernism, this well-maintained 1960 house offers a similar combination of midcentury style and utility. Located in Bermuda Dunes, a Coachella Valley community that once counted "Hollywood's King" Clark Gable among its inhabitants, the 2,700-square-foot-house is one of the original 16 "fairway homes" built in the gated Bermuda Dunes Country Club.
Distinguished by bright yellow double doors and a semicircular brick wall on its front facade, the three-bedroom home immediately opens up to an expansive living area, with glass walls that lead out to the large outdoor entertaining area and pool. Per the listing, the custom semicircular sofa that fits snugly against the curved wall is included in the sale. As for the kitchen, which feature walnut cabinetry and quartz countertops, and bathrooms, they all look updated for modern use.