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Swanky modern Palm Springs house asks $3.5M

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We’re swooning over the poured terrazzo floors and lacquered red cedar ceilings

Photos by David Blank

There are plenty of gorgeous homes in Palm Springs, from modest three-bedrooms with cheery yellow kitchens to over-the-top resort-style houses with multiple pools. The latest to catch our eye proves that real estate in this desert paradise can always impress, this time with a picture-perfect two-bedroom, two-bath home located on a mountaintop in the Southridge neighborhood.

Built in 2016 with a hefty dose of midcentury inspiration, the 2,736-square-foot house was designed by Donald Wexler protege and Coachella Valley native Lance O’Donnell of O2 Architecture. The modernist home is being sold by art dealer and film writer Dennis Yares.

Inside, poured terrazzo floors are complimented by lacquered red cedar ceilings and museum-quality lighting and fixtures. Other highlights include concrete block accent walls, custom walnut cabinetry, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows that take advantage of the panoramic views.

A custom bulthaup kitchen doesn’t skimp with Gaggenau appliances and Caesarstone countertops, and we’re a sucker for the dreamy master bedroom and eco-friendly Orb fireplace. Exterior spaces don’t disappoint; a triangular saltwater pool is accented by a gas fire pit to allow for extra time to contemplate the mountains beyond.

Look like your perfect Palm Springs getaway? 2323 Southridge Drive is on the market now for $3,495,000.

Floor-to-ceiling windows make for epic views.
All of the rooms open up to the outdoors, including a saltwater triangular pool.
A picture-perfect kitchen opposite a block concrete accent wall.
Lacquered red cedar ceilings add shine to the room.
The home features museum-quality artwork and lighting.
The eco-friendly Orb fireplace is a highlight in the master bedroom.