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Sleek midcentury in Palm Springs asks $1.2M

An open concept living room is spacious and bright

Photos by Patrick Ketchum

Palm Springs, California, has no shortage of stunning real estate, and the latest to cross our desk is this three-bedroom, four-bath home in the South Palm Canyon neighborhood. Designed in 1969 by pioneering midcentury architect William Krisel, the home participated in this year’s Palm Springs Modernism Week before it was put on the market.

Measuring 2,899 square feet, the home’s striking red front door contrasts perfectly with its white exterior, while inside the focal point is a dramatic open concept living space. The living room boasts 12-foot ceilings, a marble fireplace, and clerestory windows on all sides. The result is an airy, breezy feel that’s accented by floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the San Jacinto mountains.

An updated kitchen features Viking appliances, Cambria quartz countertops, and custom cabinetry. The bedrooms are spacious and filled with light; some with access to the outdoors through sliding glass doors. And while there’t not a pool on property, you do have access to the King’s Point community pool. Interested? 2651 West Kings Road is on the market now for $1,150,000.

Clerestory windows let in light in the open concept living room.
A marble fireplace adds coziness.
The dining room features a sputnik chandelier and views to the mountains outside.
An updated kitchen boasts Viking appliances, Cambria quartz countertops, and custom cabinetry.
Spacious bedrooms take advantage of floor-to-ceiling windows.
The outdoor relaxation space.