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Renovated midcentury in Palm Springs asks $2M

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The home was taken down to the studs

Photos by Lance Gerber

Looking through real estate listings can be a daunting task; a few gems pop up, but sometimes potential buyers can get trapped in a sea of 1990s beige. That’s not the case, however, with this four-bedroom, three-bath home in Palm Springs.

Built in 1961, the 2,098-square-foot home sits in the coveted neighborhood of Vista Las Palmas. Developed by the father and son team of George and Robert Alexander, Vista Las Palmas is known for homes with post-and-beam construction, open floor plans, and seamless indoor-outdoor spaces.

This Alexander home showcases all of that with a healthy dose of fun colors and patterns. Brought down to the studs in a recent renovation, the house was retrofitted with high-end appliances and amenities. The open living room and dining view boast geometric wallpaper and views out onto the exterior patio, and every room features large floor-to-ceiling or sliding glass doors.

Other perks include solid wood cabinetry, new clerestory windows, and two fireplaces—the statement fireplace in the living room and an outdoor version near the pool. The pool area is also impressive, featuring mountain views, a spa, and plenty of room for loungers.

Love what you see? 923 West Ceres Road is on the market for $1,995,000.