Stylish vacation rental in Movie Colony! Recently updated and generating 50K in income already for 2013, this location is ideal, just minutes to town and of course across the street from Frank Sinatra’s Palm Springs house, Twin Palms, designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1957.

Thoughtfully designed and flawlessly executed, this Mid Century Contemporary sits on an oversized lot next to the Sinatra Estate in Movie Colony East! Boasting excellent curb appeal and spectacular views, it was designed for you to enjoy a seamless transition from inside to our fabulous outdoor living! Sold turnkey and using design elements by well-established names of Knoll, Herman Miller, Flos and Maharam, this home pays homage to the 1950s with period-specific furnishings and accessories. The reconfigured kitchen has CaesarStone counters, glass/stone accents and European cabinetry and opens to a media room with surround sound and plenty of seating. The luxurious master suite has slider to the pool, free-standing soaking tub, dual sinks and glass panel shower enclosure. A newly built guest house is showcased by twin palms encased in glass rising through the ceiling into the sky! Pool with diving board and 10-person elevated spa! Extensively re-landscaped and beautifully illuminated.

STATUS: Active ADDRESS: 1151 E VIA COLUSA , PALM SPRINGS ,CA 92262 LP: $1,250,000

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RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY AREA: (332) Palm Springs Central MLS#: 13-673263PS MAP: 786/F1 BR: 4
STYLE: Contemporary SUB: Ruth Hardy Park/Movie Colony East PUD: YB: 1957 BA: 4.00
APN: 507-274-004 ZONE: R1C HOD: $0.00 STO: 1 APX SF: 2,940/OW
ADP: VU: Yes PL: Yes APX LDM: APX LSZ: 17,860/AS


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