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Midcentury meets ’70s glam in this Palm Springs house asking $3.8M

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Floor-to-ceiling glass windows look onto a circular pool

Photos by James Butchart

There’s been a plethora of gorgeous homes on the market in Palm Springs lately, from a perfectly preserved Albert Frey house to a glam midcentury with two pools. The latest to cross our desk, however, is this posh five-bedroom, four-bath on .33 acres in the historic tennis club.

Built in 1973 and still owned by the original family, the 4,535-square-foot house recently underwent a two-year renovation that left no major system untouched. Previously hidden period details were restored and made more prominent, like a large stone fireplace and u-shaped panel cutouts in the living room.

A professionally appointed kitchen has been outfitted in a cheery orange with glitzy chandeliers and 70s mirrored walls. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows point to a midcentury modern influence, and the living areas and bedrooms all look out onto a top-notch outdoor space with circular pool.

Love indoor-outdoor living with fun 70s touches? 445 South Monte Vista Drive is on the market now for $3,795,000.

A two-year renovation worked to enhance architectural details like the stone fireplace and U-shaped wall panels.
A bright orange and white kitchen adds a playful touch.
Luxe chandeliers add glamour to the dining room.
The bedroom features posh wallpaper and views onto the pool.
A fun green tile adds color to the bathroom.
The circular pool with mountains in the backdrop.