Riolo for Sotheby’s International Realty
Indoor-outdoor living at a reasonable price point
There’s no shortage of jaw dropping real estate in Palm
from midcentury time capsules to
shiny new builds that are sure to impress. But many of these
have steep price tags to match.
this three-bedroom, two-bath home in the Vista Norte
neighborhood. Despite lacking a midcentury pedigree—the home was
built in 1978—the home features many of the breezy, open-air
design features so common in the California desert. Sitting on a
large lot and measuring a reasonable 1,845 square feet, the home
currently generates (according to the listing) approximately
$60,000 per year as a vacation rental.
That’s thanks to prime indoor-outdoor living all on one level.
The living room features vaulted ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling
fireplace. The dining room boasts a starburst chandelier and sits
next to a sleek white kitchen. French doors open from the living
areas to the backyard, and the master bedroom also features its own
outdoor access. Other perks include a two-car garage, gated entry
courtyard, a pool, spa, fire pit, and covered patio. Interested?
1992 North Nogales Way is on the market now for $619,000.
open-concept living room features a central black fireplace.
Wide doors open up to a covered patio.
The dining room also opens up outside and sits adjacent to the
The master bedroom also provides access to the outdoor patio.
One of three bedrooms in the listing.
The easy-to-maintain backyard features a pool and hot tub.
Source: FS – All – Architecture 10
Breezy Palm Springs retreat asks 9K