A wonderful renovation of a house that already had style on its side. That’s the 1960s Charles DuBois-designed midcentury modern property in Palm Springs, California, USA.
The house dates from 1963, originally built by the Alexander Construction Company, but more recently given a makeover by H3K Design.
That renovation has made the most of the original midcentury design, but added in some clean, contemporary style to alongside the beams, the stone detailing, the original fireplace and the extensive glazing. It’s a marriage that definitely works.
Walk towards this place and you’ll see an impressive frontage, as well as landscaped grounds and and entry water feature. Head in through the front door and you’ll find a great-room interior that opens out to what the agent describes as a ‘backyard desert oasis’, with over sized pool, spa water fall and tanning shelf, fire-pit and a modern pergola with outdoor dining and living room.
Also here is an over sized kitchen (designed for entertaining), an expanded master bedroom has a spa like en-suite plus three additional bedrooms and two more bathrooms. 2,584 sq. ft. of space in total.
Oh yes, it’s also found in a very desirable neighbourhood, which means this place doesn’t come cheap. Offers around $1,595,000 will be considered.
Images and details courtesy of Paul Kaplan Realtor, For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.