Founder of Spa Girl Cocktails Lists Palm Springs Pad Brimming with ‘60s Flair

Ready for a blast from the past? This home is like a walk through the 1960s filled with authentic decor, endless light, and lots of color. Karen Haines, founder of Spa Girl Cocktails, has relished the spot for some time now. Ready to pass it along, Haines and her husband are asking $4.8 million for the abode.

There’s no such thing as clashing patterns when it comes to 466 Camino Sur, a home created in arguably the grooviest decade. Originally built for Mr. and Mrs. Marx, the son of Hollywood actor Gummo Marx, the home went up in 1962 atop a pristine plot of land in Palm Springs. Nestled in between layers of palm trees and valleys and mountains all around, the perimeter of the home is private and picturesque.

And, it seems Haines kept the 4,278 square foot property in line with the Spa Girl Cocktail philosophy. The beverage line was created in Palm Springs and is described on the website as “filled with pink retro decor and a female-empowered attitude.”

For someone looking to dive into a retro renovation, this four-bedroom home’s ‘60s flair is the perfect base. It may only be a one-story, but so much design extravagance fits under the roof. Mirrors line the walls of grand spaces, where pop art featuring Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon and other icons add more vintage glamour. Currently, a unique feature of the home is also the “British room” featuring antique motorcycles and a Union Jack carpet. With some potential updates and fun decorating, you can move right in.

If the ranch hasn’t sold you yet, it certainly sold Palm Springs Modernism Week and was voted fan favorite. John Campbell of Leverage Property holds the rad listing.