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Midcentury Palm Springs pad can be yours for $635K

With four spacious bedrooms and a pool

Exterior shot of flat, one-story bungalow with slightly butterflying roof, white walls, and desert landscaping on front yard.
The home was built in 1958 by developer Jack Meiselman.
Photos via Estately

A sunny midcentury home by local builder and developer Jack Meiselman has come on the market in Palm Springs, California. Built in 1958, it features a plethora of period details, starting with its ever so slightly butterflying roof, beamed ceilings, open plan living, and sliding glass doors.

Although the four-bedroom-three-bath was recently updated, it could use a few more modernizing upgrades on the floors, kitchen, and bathrooms. Still, the bones are strong, and it’s hard to argue with that amoeba-shaped pool and hot tub, or that pleasant backyard—shaded in parts thanks to the generous roof overhangs.

Bedrooms are spacious, as is the kitchen, and all that outdoor space means that entertaining and relaxation will be the primary activities going on at this residence. With a desert-perfect exterior painted white and accented by a chartreuse door and blocks of light peach, the residence at 645 South Canon Drive has major curb appeal. Clocking in at 1,558 square feet, it’s offered at $630,000.

Via: HomeSmart, Estately