This historic mid century home was designed by William Krisel for the Alexander Company and is located in the heart of the lush Racquet Club Estates in Palm Springs. A full restoration of the property was completed in March 2011, returning the home to its original splendor while incorporating modern touches including a brand new chef's kitchen with panel ready appliances and bar and new bathrooms with Ann Sacks tile, modern vanities and fixtures.
In the living room, you will find a spectacular 10' foot long vintage sofa by designer Adrian Pearsall, two Barcelona chairs, a 42" Sony HD Television and the Geneva Sound System to play your iPod. The master bedroom has a private bathroom, views of the pool and its own television. Three additional private bedrooms sleep six more people for a total of eight guests. The best room in the house may well be the backyard. The 42' foot lap pool was modeled on famed Case Study House #21 in Hollywood. It has a tanning shelf, period tile and a tranquil water feature. The new patio has a brand new grill and room to seat eight comfortably for dinner. A raised shelf is home to four chaise lounges to soak up the California sun and a raised fire pit is nestled in the back corner of the property. The back yard faces west towards stunning snow capped mountain views by day and breathtaking sunsets at dusk. This property is located only 2.8 miles from downtown!
This destination property was profiled in the Summer 2012 issue of Seattle Met Bride & Groom Magazine and the Winter 2012 issue of Atomic Ranch Magazine.
*Rates and reservation deposits subject to change without notice and are higher on weekends, holidays, and special events. Quote will include flat rate nightly utility fee of $55. Cleaning Fee is $250. Damage Protection is $69. There is an 11.5% Occupancy tax in Palm Springs. Posted specials are for new bookings only. Please note the location on the map is not exact and the marker is only an approximate location. ACME HOUSE COMPANY
Located in the Racquet Club Estates area of Palm Springs. This neighborhood was one of the first Palm Springs mid-century modern areas and the former playground of the infamous Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack.
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