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Groovy restored ‘60s house in the desert asks $595K

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Beautiful stone walls and beamed ceilings

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Location: Tucson, Arizona

Price: $595,000

A fantastic ‘60s desert home has come on the market in Tucson, Arizona, joining a parade of rad midcentury homes recently listed in the Southwest. Designed by architect Lester Pritchett as his own residence, the restored 3,064-square-foot spread has been dubbed the "House of Angles," and it’s not only because of the soaring, jagged roofline.

Inside, rooms with 120-degree angles are the norm, making for unusual spaces that turn the attention on views of the lush desert landscape. The striking living room with gorgeous beamed ceilings, for example, is largely shaped by angled stone walls, built from rocks found on the property. Sitting on over an acre, the four-bedroom house also offers updated kitchen appliances, concrete floors, and a covered deck.