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Palm Springs midcentury home by Charles Dubois asks $1.9M

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Featuring wallpaper by its seller, Don Flood

Broadly gabled white roof over single-story home with white timber and stone facade with palm trees in the background.
Designed in 1961 by Charles Dubois.
Photos by Don Flood and TTK Represents of HK Lane/Christie’s International Real Estate

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Location: Palm Springs, California

Price: $1,895,000

Another Charles Dubois-designed midcentury modern home has come on the market in Palm Springs. Originally built in 1961, it has since been restored and renovated—with a few creepy crawlers added for effect (by the seller, photographer Don Flood).

The 2,232-square-foot residence features iconic period details like a broadly gabled roof, an open floorplan, sliding glass doors that connect the interiors with ample outdoor space, and mixed materials, like stone and terrazzo floors.

Four bedrooms, three baths, an office, and a flowing living-dining area make up the space, which is brightly lit thanks to clerestory windows and the afore-mentioned floor-to-ceiling glazing in parts. A custom-designed kitchen accented by Heath Ceramic tiles add to the uniqueness of the home.

Rounding out the property, of course, is a large backyard with pool, loggia, and extensive patios and lawns. The house at 810 North Rose Avenue is offered at $1,895,000.

Courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate (h/t Estately)