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Nab this ’60s Palm Springs pad for $725K

Minty fresh

Bungalow with slightly butterflying roof and carport with backdrop of palm trees and mountains.
The 1960 Meiselman was recently renovated.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

Now that winter has officially started, it’s time to dream of warmer weather and, perhaps, a vacation home. May we suggest this Meiselman midcentury bungalow in Palm Springs?

Completed in 1960 and the located in historic neighborhood of Sunmor, the petite pad has since been updated and features three bedrooms, one full bath, and one half bath over 1,360 square feet, all enclosed within a minty-fresh butterfly-roof construction typical of the period.

Inside, a bright and airy open living and dining layout is characterized by sliding glass doors, poured-in-place concrete floors, and tongue-and-groove beamed ceilings, providing ample entertaining and relaxation opportunities, which extend outdoors. While the kitchen could stand to be updated even further, the bedrooms are spacious and windowed.

A kidney bean-shaped swimming pool and large lawn make up the backyard, where majestic mountains and palm trees create a picturesque backdrop. Located at 683 N. Juanita Drive, it’s offered at $725,000. Have a look.

Via Sotheby’s International Realty