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In the Los Angeles Times Real Estate Hot Property section, Neal J. Leitereg and Jack Fleming recently took a look at a well preserved mid-century modern owned by Gerald Casale of Devo fame. The home, built in 1963 on an almost ½ acre lot near El Paseo in Palm Desert, was designed by architectural firm, Patten and Wild, and is listed at $1,495 million. The large open floor plan includes 4 bedrooms each with bath, one with a Japanese style step-down tub, original mosaic tile and rare architectural glass walls. Embracing the period, high beamed ceilings, slate floors, custom wood flooring, split rock fireplace and expansive floor to ceiling windows frame expansive southern views of Mt. Eisenhower. The kitchen and prep kitchen feature stainless steel appliances, commercial fixtures and cork floors. The pool area showcases a Pebble-tec saltwater pool, fountain, succulent garden, and firepit. 

MLS# 217032444 | Listed at $1,495,000 | To read the original article and view the accompanying pictures, courtesy of The Los Angeles Times, please visit:

Listing courtesy of Deasy/Penner & Partners and The Agency