Tour a Revamped Circa-1951 Midcentury Modern in Palm Desert Priced at $2.7M

The Palm Springs area has long been an escape for those looking to get out of the bustle of Los Angeles. Whether retreating to the heat for peace and wellness or the electricity of Coachella, it’s often appealing to stars especially. Entertainment legends like Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, and Walt Disney owned homes there way back when and now you can follow in their footsteps in a reimagined 1951 midcentury modern. Built in the Sinatra era, this architectural style is exactly what the area is famous for and the home is for sale for $2.695 million.

Team and couple Wade and Erica Coggin, the sellers and designers behind Pineapple Ranch Design, spearheaded the home’s three-year restoration. Weaving together natural elements, Morrocan details, and modern updates to compliment the original mid-century design, the spaces are ready for laidback warm-weather living.

Similar to other properties in the area, the one-story 3,460-square-foot home captures beautiful mountain vistas while capitalizing on effortless indoor/outdoor living. What sets the dwelling apart however is its three kitchens, each boasting their own chic design style and making entertaining easy.

The focus of the restoration was certainly on bringing the home up to date, but the designers also meticulously sourced antique and reclaimed materials to create an artful combination of textures throughout each space. The home holds four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in total. Additional amenities on the property include a large pool, sauna, and an electric Shelby Cobra golf cart by Caddyshack, valued at $22,000.

Just a short distance away from exceptional restaurants and shops, Jesse Huskey of Compass holds the listing.