Iconic midcentury architecture defines this beautiful Indian Canyons golf course home originally built in 1963 by Harry Kelso and designed by David W. Curtis, AIA. Featured in the 2020 Modernism Tour, this house is both timeless and elegant. While maintaining its original footprint and architectural integrity, this private 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home underwent an extensive ground-up renovation by the current owners in 2019. Upgrades include new electrical, plumbing, sewer, Monumental sliders, windows, roof, drywall, and dual A/C. Entering the property through the front gate you step into a serene and thoughtfully designed pool area that includes captivating mountain views, desert landscaping, raised spa that flows water into the pool and a Heath tile waterline. Some of the most beautiful aspects of this home are the vaulted living and dining room ceilings, original free-standing brick fireplace with a floating terrazzo hearth and floor to ceiling windows that capture majestic views of the San Jacinto mountains from every direction. And theres more. Any cook would appreciate the kitchen layout, Thermador appliances, custom high-gloss walnut cabinetry, quartz countertops and Heath tile backsplash. The primary suite is located in its own wing and includes a huge walk-in closet and custom walnut desk area. The backyard includes a large linear firepit, sitting area and built-in BBQ, all surrounded by low maintenance desert landscaping and a mature ficus hedge for total privacy. Its a home that has been built and maintained with love and will love you back.