With only 9 condos in this unique, historically designated complex, Pompeii De Las Palmas, Palm Springs midcentury modern condos rarely come on the market. And this makes these Romanesque, Hollywood Regency style condos even more desirable.
Please contact me today, at the number listed above, to make an appointment to see any home or condo currently listed for sale in the city of Palm Springs.
The Lantana Lodge was originally a motel, built in 1947. The 14 motel rooms were converted into condos, in 1966.
The Midcentury modern Palm Springs condo resort is located in the historic El Mirador neighborhood, just two blocks from the Desert Regional Medical Center, that now occupies the former grounds of the legendary El Mirador hotel, where Hollywood movie royalty once stayed and played.
The home owner association or HOA fees are currently $500 a month and include utilities.
Contact me today to see any of the condos currently for sale in this much sought after complex.
If you’re planning a midcentury modern house hunting trip to Palm Springs, you’ll want to check out the very helpful Mod Travelerwebsite. The site was created by Ken MacIntyre, a client and friend. Ken is a midcentury modern enthusiast who decided to share his vast knowledge on the subject with other enthusiasts.
My clients often ask me where to stay when they come to town. Mod Traveler is an excellent resource and full of other handy information to help you plan your trip.
If you need a Realtor, to help you with your midcentury modern home or condo search, contact me today to make an appointment to see any Palm Springs property currently for sale. Steve Stewart 760-600-6152 or email@example.com
For under $80,000 you can own a 1/12th fractional share in a modern-style, Palm Springs condo in the heart of town. Monthly homeowner association fees are approximately $350 a month and include maintenance, concierge service and many luxury amenities.
Currently on the market is a 3 bedroom, 3 Bath unit with approximately 2023 square feet.
The complex was originally built in 1963. Following a renovation, it now offers residents the opportunity to combine the convenience of staying in a luxury hotel with the privacy and benefits of owning a second home through fractional ownership. It also offers the cool midcentury style with today’s contemporary updates and elegant finishes.
In the words of the developer, “By purchasing a fraction rather than an entire residence, you are able to flexibly use your property as you like without the headaches or cost of owning a home.”
Contact me today to learn more about this unique and affordable opportunity. I would be happy to show you any of the condos currently for sale.
From February 14th through the 24th, 2013, Palm Springs will be celebrating Modernism Week and all things mid-century modern, from design and architecture to culture.
After you’ve attended the many 1940s, 50s, and 60s themed events, architectural home tours, films, lectures, exhibits, shows and parties you may not want to leave.
If you decide, like many before you, to make Palm Springs modern a permanent way of life you can click the link below to search all modern and midcentury modern homes currently for sale. Then, call me for a private showing.
The 5th Annual Modernism Week, being held from February 12 through the 21st, will include a number of events this year that are free to the public. A few of the 10-day, 2010 Modernism Week highlights include: A special tribute to renowned modernist architect Albert Frey, a vintage fashion show, an architecture and design film series, an exhibition of vintage travel trailers, a slide show of retro Americana, a vintage car show, architecture tours and other activities that will be held in various venues throughout the City of Palm Springs Get your tickets early at www.modernismweek.com, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
One of the free events is a slide lecture presented by PSPF the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation, Wednesday, February 17, 2010, from 8:30am to 10am, at the Cahuilla Room in the Spa Resort Casino, at 100 N. Indian Canyon.
The Slide Lecture, titled “Lost, Saved and Endangered: Modernist Architecture in Palm Springs” will be given by PSPF board member Gary Johns. Complimentary continental breakfast provided. Lecture is FREE, however, due to limited seating please email email@example.com to make reservations. Visit www.modernismweek.com for information about other free events.