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Mid-century homes you can buy for under $700,000 in Palm Springs 

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Mid-century homes $600,000 to $700,000

Paul Kaplan

I'm Paul Kaplan and I formed the Paul Kaplan Group to offer specialized services to those clients that are interested in buying or selling an architec...

I'm Paul Kaplan and I formed the Paul Kaplan Group to offer specialized services to those clients that are interested in buying or selling an architec...

May 18 3 minutes read

Four hot mid-century homes for sale

Despite being in the middle of a pandemic, buyers are still searching for homes in Palm Springs.    In particular, Mid-century Homes, and with Palm Springs being the "Mecca" for modern architecture, its no wonder why we've been busy. 

Why are people buying in this strange time??

1.  People aren't expecting to travel via plan as much in the near future, and thus owning a second home where they can escape to within driving distance of their main home, has become even more appealing.

2.  With the volatile stock market, some buyers are pulling funds out and investing in real estate.

3.  There are a number of people planning on retirement-  The "Stay at Home" order has pushed up those plans for many people.  They're now looking to purchase sooner than later, here in Palm Springs.  

We've scoured the listings currently available, and here are some of our favorite mid-century homes for sale,  priced from $600,000 to $700,000 in Palm Springs. 

Located in the Racquet Club Estates neighborhood, this home was built by Jack Meiselman-  it features great separation of bedrooms-  the master's on one side of the house and the two guest bedrooms are on the opposite side. 

 

Sunrise Park is located in Central Palm Springs, between the downtown area and the airport.  These next two homes were also built by Jack Meiselman and have been nicely remodeled. 

 

 

El Rancho Vista Estates is a small enclave of mid-century homes designed by famed architect of the Desert Modernism movement,  Donald Wexler.  This butterfly roof home sits on a corner lot and has amazing mountain views from the pool. 

 

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