Built in 2021 by Los Angeles-based architecture firm Woods + Dangaran, the one-story home has hallmarks of classic California desert modern architecture, including floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the surrounding landscape and natural materials incorporated throughout the home. (Brett Woods, founding partner of Woods + Dangaran, is also the seller.)
The home was designed with an eye to indoor/outdoor living, and includes a glass-enclosed bridge that connects the two wings of the home while also serving as an atrium that can be seen from the majority of the property’s rooms, according to the listing.
The great room, which surrounds a stone fireplace and expands into an open dining area, also features sliding glass doors that open out onto the property’s backyard deck, which includes a pool, a hot tub, a fireplace and a covered lounge area, all with views of the surrounding hills and desert, according to listing photos.
A primary suite features floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as a bathroom with dual sinks, per listing photos.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home clocks in at 3,310 square feet, and sits on a 0.56 lot that last sold for $700,000 in 2018 as part of the Desert Palisades new development community, according to public records. Representatives confirmed that the lot was empty at the time of the last sale.
“Every detail within this stunning, fully furnished home is truly off the charts,” said Jeff Kohl of The Agency, who has the listing. “In the desert, luxury buyers want to just bring a toothbrush and move right in, so this is a unique opportunity to own a newly-built architectural masterpiece in a special gated community.”
According to recent data from Redfin, home prices in Palm Springs saw an annual increase of 45.6% in February, up to a median of $660,000.
Article Source: Mansion Global