Stunning Mid Century in Little Tuscany, seldom seen on Cielo Rd. high above the PS valley floor in the coveted Little Tuscany neighborhood. Home to many stars, this 2 acre compound has walls of glass and room to spread out and enjoy the finest of all views PS has to offer not to mentions amazing Holden and Johnson architecture!

Listing #41461641
$3,000,000 (LP)

Price/SqFt: 736.56
1075 W Cielo Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262 * Active (10/08/12) DOM/CDOM: 1/1
Beds: 3 Baths: 3 (3 0 0 0) (FTHQ) Sq Ft: 4073 Lot Sz: 19166sqft*
Area: 332 Yr: 1959*

This mid-century style compound is high on the hill overlooking Downtown Palm Springs. One of Little Tuscany Estates most private homes, the 4500 sq ft house neighbors Stewart Williams’ iconic Edris House & the Palevsky Estate designed by Craig Ellwood. First time on the market, the 2 acre parcel is made up of 3 lots and is landscaped in mature, native plantings, including majestic saguaro cacti planted in the 1960’s. The home, designed by desert firm Holden & Johnson, contains 3 bdrms & 3 baths, including a separate apartment w/stunning views. Ideal for entertaining w/easy indoor/outdoor access, surrounding a classic kidney-shaped pool & water feature. The master suite features remarkable valley views & spacious amenities. The interiors of the main house were recently refreshed lending a casual elegance. View, privacy, acreage, & the memories of past visitors such as Raymond Loewy, Frederick Lowe, the Gabor Sisters & even Elvis, make this a quintessential Palm Springs property.


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