Palm Springs history and modern understated elegance come together in one of the finest homes on the market today. Set amongst a landscape of custom desert gardens in the highly desirable neighborhood of Deepwell Estates is the 'James M. Hollowell Residence,'' an exemplary mid-century home that offers a redesigned idyllic and luxurious lifestyle for the most discerning of buyers. Built in 1965 by Stan Sackley AIA for James M. Hollowell, a prominent Palm Springs attorney, the home served as his 'playboy bachelor pad' and was even featured in the April 1966 issue of Playboy magazine. Five decades on, the home has undergone a dramatic down-to-the-studs renovation, resulting in a one-of-a-kind property that pays homage to the past, whilst showcasing a brilliant combination of an intimate and inviting interior, state-of-the-art finishes, light filled spaces, and minimal boundaries between the inside and out. The home's original clean lines and open space concept was reworked by revered interior designer Sam Cardella with the goal of maintaining the authentic floor plan and architectural details, but in a new format that visually connects spaces for living, relaxing and entertaining. Designed to embrace the outdoors, glass sliders open to an entertainer's dream yard complete with lush desert landscaping, courtesy of designer Marcello Villano. This is a rare opportunity to own a significant piece of Palm Springs history in a prime location that will stand the test of time.
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