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Updated midcentury in Palm Springs asks $1.2M

Ready for lazy days at the pool

Kelly Peak of Kelly Peak Photography

We’re dreaming of summer nights and twinkling stars this week, inevitably drawn to homes with top-notch indoor-outdoor living. And the latest to cross our desk is this three-bedroom, three-bath home in Palm Springs, California.

At 2,472-square-feet, the ranch home sits on a .4-acre lot that is set into the desert hillside. Boulders, a mountain backdrop, and valley views set the stage for the 1951 midcentury house. The post-and-beam structure has been lovingly restored with the outdoor lifestyle in mind; every room features large floor-to-ceiling or sliding glass doors with views to the exterior.

The main draw is a pool and spa area with shooting fountains, a dock deck, and cantilevered fireplace. An upper patio features shade tents and would be the perfect spot for morning yoga or meditation.

Inside, other perks include a mix of polished concrete and wide wood plank floors, Bisazza tile, and European custom cabinetry. The bright teal fireplace in the living room is a focal point, but you’ll likely find us relaxing poolside all summer.

Love what you see? 2425 North Tuscan Road is on the market for $1,179,000.