1415 N Camino Centro, Palm Springs 

Located in Palm Springs' most desirable neighborhood of Old Las Palmas, this fabulous 1964 built home was designed by local master architects Albert Frey and Robson Chambers. Designated a Class 1 Historical property, it is a series of simple boxes connected together and adorned by an iconic metal brise-soleil grilles designed by the office of Frank Lloyd Wright. As you step through the front gates, you are greeted by a warm and welcoming pink facade with an imposing yet well-proportioned front door. Step inside the foyer and a dramatically-angled wall gracefully ushers you into the large living room overlooking the huge lanai perfect for Desert outdoor living.The home also features sawtooth-pattern Terrazzo and travertine floors and fireplace frame. All three bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms with heated floors, and the primary also features a slider in the shower that opens into a private courtyard for that desert outdoor shower experience. The kitchen, featuring the original metal cabinets, has been discreetly updated with high-end appliances that are sure to please any cook. There are many more splendid details that create a resort-like experience, including Fleetwood sliders throughout, a gorgeous salt water pool and spa with linear fountain, circular fire pit, BBQ area, and meticulous landscaping with mature olive trees. This home also comes with a fully-owned solar system with three Tesla batteries.

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