Sensational Palm Springs modern seeking $3.35M

By Elijah Chiland

Boy do we wish we had a few million dollars to spend on this beautiful Palm Springs post and beam, designed by modern architect E. Stewart Williams.

Known for his glassy bank buildings—and for Frank Sinatra’s ultra-cool Movie Colony home in Palm Springs—Williams rarely accepted commissions for private residences.

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