Originally built in 1961, this Alexander home has been thoroughly spruced up for those seeking the Palm Springs lifestyle.
Between 1955 and 1965, the acclaimed Alexander Construction Company built over 2,200 houses throughout California’s Coachella Valley, doubling the size of Palm Springs and cementing its reputation as an enclave of midcentury-modern architecture. Nowadays, these homes, collectively referred to as Alexanders, are celebrated for their modernist style and innovative construction—and, not surprisingly, highly sought after.
Fortunately for one lucky buyer, this 1961 Alexander just hit the market. Recently graduated from a meticulous renovation, the 2,098-square-foot property rests on an expansive corner lot in the heart of Vista Las Palmas and has been brilliantly positioned to offer unobstructed 360-degree mountain views. Scroll ahead to take a peek inside the four-bedroom abode.
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