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Stunning 1956 Mid-Century Modern with South Leisure yard surrounded by tall hedges for excellent privacy. Featured in the 2020 Modernism Tour. West Mountain Views and Sunsets are enjoyed from a resort-style yard w pool, tanning shelf, misting system, covered patio, gas BBQ and fire pit. Completely updated and upgraded including 42 Leased Solar Panels and offered Turnkey Furnished, just bring your clothing and enjoy. In the 1950's when constructed by John P. Moyer in the Alexander style it was featured in, what is now Palm Springs Life. Measured SF is 3536. Floor plan and list of upgrades attached. Center of home has walls of windows, beamed ceilings and original 1957 stone fireplace. 4 BD, 4 BA includes 3 master suites, nicely separated for privacy. Main Master has large bath and outdoor shower. Huge Den/Media Room located off Cooks Kitchen with small office area and laundry behind the kitchen. Circular drive leads to a Gated front courtyard with water feature and Koi pond offering a private view from Living & Dining rooms. Located just 2 miles from El Paseo with excellent restaurants and shopping in the Desert Hub.
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The Coachella Valley`s Melting Pot
The City of Palm Desert is located in the heart of the Coachella Valley, between Rancho Mirage and Indian Wells along both the Highway 111 and Interstate 10 corridors. A center for business and residential growth for the Coachella Valley, Palm Desert offers a burgeoning arts scene, great outdoor recreation facilities, and the best shopping available in the Coachella Valley.
Tracing Palm Desert`s Roots
Originally known as Old MacDonald Ranch, then later as Palm Village, Palm Desert was originally a master planned community that was a midpoint in the desert landscape that stretched from Palm Springs to Indio. The first residential development in the area was an Army maintenance camp that was later developed into the now famous El Paseo Shopping District, home to such signature Coachella Valley events as the El Paseo Fashion Week and the Desert Cancer Foundation`s annual Paint El Paseo Pink.