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Cheery midcentury modern in Palm Springs wants $659K

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The pool is calling

All photos courtesy of Peak Photography

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Location: Palm Springs, California

Price: $659,000

Lovers of midcentury style with a sunny disposition, this one’s for you. Located in the Little Beverly Hills neighborhood of Palm Springs, this four-bedroom, three-bath gem packs a lot into 1,435 square feet.

Built by Jack Meiselman, a local developer who built Palm Spring homes around the same time as the iconic Alexander Construction Company, the white-and-yellow structure is a simple take on 1950s style. The refreshed home boasts a ton of original features, like clerestory windows, tongue-and-groove ceilings, post-and-beam construction, and louvered breezeway entry.

The four bedrooms and galley kitchen are fairly basic, but a private casita boasts on-point mountain views and the outdoor area includes a mature cactus garden, spa, and pool. Throw in a few palm trees and it’s a pretty picture, indeed.

If you’re dreaming of the desert sunshine this winter, 665 South Canon Drive is on the market now for $659,000.