It’s as if Liberace and the set designers for Mad Men combined their strengths and decorating prowess to collaborate on this Palm Springs, CA home. The truth is, this 3,350 sq. ft. home, built in 1969, has remained virtually untouched since the day it was built. The only thing that has been changed, appropriately, is the kitchen which was given a modern upgrade.
According to listing agent Lucio Bernal, one of the main reasons for the time-capsulesque nature of the home is the fact that it has only changed hands once. This has helped it to retain its custom designed integrity.
“The original owner was a builder, Milton Seidner, who built a few homes in the Twin Palms neighborhood. The home was sold to my client’s parents in 1994 after his passing. My clients’ parents lived in the home until they passed recently.”
The home, which is listed by Bernal and Benjamin “Chip” Romero at Berkshire Hathaway, is priced at $850,000. The home has already been viewed by hundreds of interested buyers online and in-person. They all say the same thing: Keep it that way! The museum quality of the home has caused people to say things that range from the home brings back memories from their childhoods to calling it “life-changing.”
That much pink could be life-changing, but maybe not in a good way. It all depends on taste.
The listing agents suggest that with the large amount of interest being generated by this custom-designed home, it would be prudent to move quickly. The home is as hot right now as the pink carpet surrounding the tub in the bathroom.
Want to make an offer on 2055 S. Joshua Tree Place in Palm Springs, CA? Contact the Bernal Smith Group today.