Between 1969 and 1970, influential desert-modern architect William Cody designed a cluster of eight residences in Rancho Mirage, one of which is currently up for grabs. Listed for $899,000, the 1970 home might look familiar, as it was recently displayed in the area’s 2020 Modernism Week.
Featuring a cheerful pink-trimmed roofline and front entry, the one-level house spreads 3,848 square feet, offering plenty of room throughout its restored interior. A free-flowing layout connects several living and entertaining spaces, anchored by a wraparound bar in between. Throughout the home, walls of glass and sliding doors enhancing Cody’s vision of indoor/outdoor living while reflecting natural light off of the terrazzo floors.
In total, the residence offers three bedrooms and three baths, with a large, remodeled kitchen as well. Other notable details include original breeze block walls, built-in shelving, a gym, and a pool and spa in the backyard. Keep scrolling to see more of the historic property, which also comes with Mills Act tax benefits.
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