Swingin’ ’60s modern in Palm Desert asking $1.5M

By Pauline O’Connor

In honor of this week’s unseasonable heat wave, what say we take a virtual trip to Palm Desert to ogle this snazzy midcentury pool home that’s just come up for grabs?

Located a little northeast of the Living Desert Zoo and Botanical Gardens, the four-bedroom was designed in 1963 by local architecture firm Patten and Wild, whose portfolio also includes Rancho Mirage’s Morrison-Strassner Residence.

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