Architectural grandeur runs through the studs of this Palm Springs home. Designed by local architects Albert Frey and Robson Chambers, the pastel pink landmark is made up of a series of interconnected boxes dressed in touches of travertine and walnut. Delicate aluminum screens designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s office offer a layer of privacy by filtering natural light.
Position: 1415 N. Camino Center, Palm Springs, 92262
Ask for the price: $ 2995 million
Year of construction: 1964
Living area: 2,792 square feet, three bedrooms, three bathrooms
Lot size: 0.35 of an acre
Features: Solar screens of aluminum; central courtyard with fountain; formal entrance; living room with travertine fireplace; kitchen; wet bar; lanai with terrazzo floors; pool; outdoor shower
Area information: In postcode 92262, based on 45 sales, the average price for single-family homes in December was $ 565,000, a 2.4% increase over the previous year, according to CoreLogic.
agents: TTK represents, HK Lane – Compass, (760) 904-5234
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