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Nab this Donald Wexler midcentury pad in Palm Springs for $725K

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Updated for contemporary living

A broadly pitched overhanging roof tops the residence, while a mason block wall enclosing wall juts out in front. Desert landscaped front yard and palm trees in background.
Donal Wexler designed this home in 1961.
Photos courtesy of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty

A crisp Donald Wexler midcentury modern is up for sale in that sunny California enclave of Palm Springs. Built in 1961, the 1,845-square-foot house has since been updated to reflect clean, contemporary lines, but the spirit of the era remains.

A broadly pitched overhanging roof tops the residence, while a mason block wall enclosing a small front patio extends to the interiors, creating an indoor-outdoor visual connection enhanced by sliding glass doors. This space comprises a renovated kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area, beyond which is the living room with sliders to the backyard pool.

There are four spacious bedrooms—the master suite in its own wing with direct access to the pool, another one on the opposite side of the house, also with sliders, and yet a third with indoor-outdoor access—and three new bathrooms. Floors are polished concrete and the walls are white, allowing for the ultimate in squeaky-clean, minimalist living.

Located at 1555 Via Roberto Miguel, the home is offered at $725,000. Take a look.

Courtesy of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty