I know I shouldn't covet things, but I love this house.
I've fallen in love with modern houses. I've always loved those Palm Springs mid-century modern ones, but there aren't that many around. Nowadays, they are building new modern ones.
My pictures are terrible, but when you walk in the front door, you see right through to the back of the house. This stone counter is so long. Sink and cooktop, plus seating and under the counter dishwasher drawers, freezer drawers and refrigerated drawers. I didn't download these in the right order so humor me.
Halfway down the house is a gorgeous outdoor seating area. I don't know how I missed the potted trees to the side. That wall of water is turned off for the winter, but spectacular when on. All these doors slide open.
I love floating staircases. And as you can see, the walls are covered in the most fabulous stone.
It is polished just on the one side. I love it. It's everywhere.
This is looking back toward the front door with three more rooms off to the right. The doorbell is funny. When you push it, you can hear large dogs barking. Very clever.
One of the great things about this house is all of the built in cabinets. Hidden refrigerator and freezer. Upstairs, which I haven't shown, has all white built in cabinets. I die.
This is out the back doors. A pool was going in, but the pool men never got to it, so it was cancelled. Loss for the pool company.
But wait, here comes another of my favorites. I die for this dining room table. It is huge and I love the style. Very modern base and look. Notice the chandelier? It is BIG. I just love it.
I just had to include this old movie poster, which is the largest one I have ever seen.
So here is that fabulous chandelier. It is a show stopper.
This is a smaller version (still large) in the master bedroom closet. Sigh. And, I haven't shown you the master bedroom and the upstairs rooms which are beautiful.
I told my friend when she bought this house, that when I die, I want to go to her house and not to worry if she hears me knocking around. Well, I'll have to find another place to go.
After three years, she has decided to sell it.