In Palm Springs, a record $9-million sale showcases the Midcentury craze
Clean lines, stone finishes and walls of glass fill out the one-story floor plan.(Roger Davies)
The renovations added desert-colored terrazzo floors both inside and out, blurring lines between spaces and helping the home blend in with the region around it.
The indoor-outdoor lifestyle, complete with sliding glass doors and sleek terrazzo floors, is a breath of fresh air to Palm Springs transplants.(Roger Davies)
The stylish home sits on a 1.5-acre lot, which is unusually large for the area.(Roger Davies)
The Midcentury post-and-beam was originally built for actor Laurence Harvey.
John Nelson, a Compass agent, said a new generation is spurring the recent string of sales in Palm Springs. Aided by nearby music festivals such as Coachella and Stagecoach, millennials with money are finding out that the valley isn’t strictly for grandparents.(Roger Davies)
Originally built by Buff and Hensman, the estate recently traded hands for $9 million – the second priciest home sale in Palm Springs history.(Roger Davies)