Description(Reference number: 76193)
If you think the interiors of this minimalist home look like they’ve jumped straight out of the pages of a glossy magazine, you’re not far off. Designed by Palmer and Kriesel and hidden away in a Palm Springs cul-de-sac, this home has previously graced the pages of the New York Times. It is a homage to all things mid-century, with Eames chairs, Nelson lamps and a vintage Malm fireplace in the master bedroom. Modern touches, including a Sonos sound system, state-of-the-art Bosch kitchen appliances and graphic Angela Adams rugs, make for a cool and contemporary vibe. We were wowed by the open living area, which was designed with socialising in mind and has great views of the backyard. Out in the garden, reclining by the glittering turquoise pool is the perfect way to relax, but if you need to take your unwinding to the next level, there’s also a hot tub to bubble the night away in. Dine alfresco under the endless desert sky, then end the evening around the flickering fire pit with a glass of something strong as the sun sets behind the mountains. When you want to venture out, downtown Palm Springs is just a five-minute drive away, and Joshua Tree National Park – about an hour away – is a must-visit for hiking and nature enthusiasts.
*At full capacity, two guests will be sleeping on a futon in the third bedroom, which doubles as an office
*Pool heating is available for an additional fee
*You'll need a car to get around the wider Palm Springs area – there’s enough parking space for two cars in the driveway as well as on-street parking nearby
*There are two in-ground firepits in the garden so take care with small children
*The only shower is in the ensuite in the master bathroom, so you’ll have to walk through the bedroom to use it