Itchin’ for some Disney magic with the parks closed? A former residence of Walt Disney just hit the market in Palm Springs, California. As first reported in the Los Angeles Times, the single-story home was built in 1962 for Disney and his wife, Lillian. The residence stayed in the family until 2015, and it became known as Disney’s “technicolor dream house” due to its bright color scheme and Disney-themed decor.
Located in the Indian Canyons neighborhood, the home’s foyer welcomes guests with mirrored ceilings, bulb lighting, and pops of red. The spacious living room continues the fun with primary colored drapes and a purple accent wall, while a large wall of windows balances the bright colors and provides golf course and mountain views.
The 2,443-square-foot house boasts four bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms and walls of blue, orange, and of course, more red. Outside, carefully landscaped hedges and yard surround a pool and spa, and a covered dining patio allows space for al fresco dining. Love what you see? 2688 South Camino Real is on the market now for $1,095,000.