The Candy-Coloured Time Capsule Continues To Be A Wonder
The Palm Springs pad that was listed for sale back a few years ago really made a splash when it appeared on the market for sale. As a result of the eye-popping interior, which was designed by Vera in the exuberantly groovy style of that era, the house went viral after it was built in 1969 by local real estate developer Milton Seidner for himself and his wife Vera. The house has been frozen in time for more than half a century due to some miracle, despite its eye-popping interior that has remained frozen in time.
The Twin Palms home was scooped up in 2017 by Jessica Latham, founder of the event-organizing company Social Studies. Latham kicked it back to the market two years later, when it was caught by its current owners, who are now ready to turn the polychrome pad over to its next stewards.
There is much to be thankful for regarding this gorgeous three-bedroom, four-bath residence. Despite its last appearance on the market, the residence has not lost a bit of its appeal or visual panache. In its rotunda living room, a green carpet covers the floor, swag draperies hang above the couches, and a chandelier hangs elegantly above the semi-circular sofas that are custom-designed.
A bougainvillea-pink primary bedroom with tufted headboard, gold-veined mirrored walls, and a luxurious bathroom with a step-up terrazzo tub and flocked wallpaper is exactly the same as you remember it. The wood-paneled, shag carpeted den with built-in bar, Wurlitzer jukebox, and built-in bar is just as beautiful as you remember it, too. Other distinctive period details include, for example, terrazzo floors, mirrored arched niches, brass-and-crystal towel bars, and brass-and-crystal shower rods.
It has been confirmed by Rich Report, who spoke with the homeowners, that the house, which spans 3,350 square feet, has not been trapped in a time warp throughout the entire 3,350 square foot house.
The house has been updated with a modern kitchen with quartz countertops, a Moroccan-tiled floor, and new appliances just in the last few months. Additionally, a new electronic driveway gate was installed, along with new Fleetwood sliding doors and windows throughout the house. The dining chairs and drapes were reupholstered, the pool and spa were refinished, and the deck was refinished.
The property is located behind tall hedge walls on a 10,019-square-foot lot two blocks south of Palm Canyon Drive in a condominium development that is part of the Berkshire Hathaway Home Services California Properties. The listing price has been set at just under $2.3 million according to Klint Watkins of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services California Properties.