RARE 4 bedroom/4 bath Palmer and Krisel (of the famed Alexander homes) designed 1960 mid-century Condo in "award winning and highly acclaimed" Sandpiper, just a block away from world renowned El Paseo Drive! Iconic mid-century features include: post and beam construction, a flat roof, block walls, floor to ceiling glass, soaring beamed ceilings and clerestory windows. Other perks include a Casita with a separate read more entrance, 2 master suites, an assigned carport next to the condo, and 2 patios: one enclosed and and the other, an elevated patio that runs the length of the Condo, enabling panoramic views of the mountains and pool area. This Condo embraces the best of the desert and indoor/outdoor living. The gourmet kitchen features granite counters and a breakfast bar. Buyer to investigate all aspects of the property and MLS details and verify the accuracy of all information provided, including but not limited to square footage, number of bedrooms and bath, schools, HOA inclusions, etc
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Listing Agent: Ginny Peacock, Listing Office: Pacific Sotheby's Int'l Realty, MLS Data Source: CRMLS
Last Updated: Nov 12th, 2021. Source: CRMLS
Ginny purchased a home in Deepwell in Palm Springs in 2000 to enjoy the warmth and hospitality the desert offers. She moved here full-time in 2003, after a long and successful career selling Real Estate in San Francisco for over 24 years. Ginny consistently emerges as a top producer amongst the leading Agents in the desert's luxury markets. She offers a nuanced understanding of property trends and opportunities that's based on 40 years of experience in guiding local, celebrity and international buyers and sellers. She uses targeted marketing strategies, along with her extensive professional networks and outstanding negotiation skills, to achieve successful closings on properties throughout the various desert communities. Ginny has been active with several organizations in AIDS services and research, including serving on the San Francisco AIDS Foundation Board and Chairing the AIDS Research Institute at the University of California, San Francisco. She has worked on substance abuse initiatives for over 46 years. She has served on the Boards of the Deepwell Neighborhood Organization (DENO) and the LBGTQ Center of Palm Springs. Currently she serves on the Board of Desert Stonewall Democrats. She enjoys spending time with her Greyhound, Taco, rescued from the Caliente track in Tijuana. She has a BA and Masters degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. campus.