Formula One Champion Jenson Button’s 1940s Palm Springs Pad Zooms onto the Market

Formula One driver Jenson Button and his wife, Brittny Ward, are looking to steer this tranquil Palm Springs pad in the direction of a new owner. Apparently just making a pit stop at the Spanish Colonial estate, the 2009 F1 World Champion picked the villa up last February for $2.4 million and is now seeking just a hair more for it: $2.5 million.

Built in 1946 and designed by renowned architect John Porter Clark, the 3,207-square-foot home is warm and inviting. With mountains views and extensive outdoor living spaces as well, entertaining or relaxing here must be top of mind. French doors swing open to a covered patio with dining space and a barbecue grill. Offering a pool, spa, and abundant landscaping as well, everything unfolds neatly behind the privacy of tall hedges and gates.

Navigating the charming interiors, you’ll stumble upon four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Defined by rustic wood beam vaulted ceilings, columns, and Saltillo tile flooring, the home makes it easy to leave all worries at the door. Especially since it is being offered turnkey furnished, so you can simply pack your bags and move on in or begin renting it for extra income immediately.

If your mind is racing at the opportunity to purchase the F1 icon’s spread, Joseph Babineaux of HK Lane Real Estate holds the listing.