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Refreshed Palm Springs home is ultimate party pad for $649K

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Built in 1959 by developer Jack Meiselman

Desert landscaping makes up front yard of this single-story home with slightly sloping roof and iron gates marking the entrance.
The 1959 home was built by developer Jack Meiselman.
Photos by MonCherie Fotography via Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties

A home by local developer Jack Meiselman has come on the market in Palm Springs. Built in 1959, it has since been given a refreshing update that highlights many of its period charms.

These elements include an open main-living floorplan anchored by a brick fireplace and framed by sliding glass doors offering seamless indoor-outdoor connections, gently sloping beamed ceilings, and spacious private quarters.

Three bedrooms—two of them ensuite and another one in an attached “casita” with bathroom—are arranged in such a way that offers privacy between the wings, a feature that, as the listing notes, would make a great vacation rental or place to entertain.

Not only that, the single-story residence also boasts a dry bar in the dining nook, an updated kitchen with stone counters, and, of course, the fantastic backyard that encompasses the best of California-desert living.

Mountain views preside over a large pool with raised spa, an outdoor kitchen, covered patio space, a strip of grassy lawn, and hammock, representing the ideal of what it means to kick back in the sun and relax with friends and loved ones.

Located at 2102 North Milben Circle, the 1,941-square-foot home is offered at $649,000.

Via: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties (h/t Estately)