Over time, some vintage homes do require some renovation to ensure that everything is in working order and safe for occupancy. In some cases, these services are purely for cosmetic purposes only. As for the 73033 Joshua Tree Street residence, the listing says it underwent a revamp courtesy of Pineapple Ranch Design.
This Palm Desert, California dwelling was built in 1951, which means it was definitely due for a remodel. According to Compass, the owners of this single-family abode want to sell it for $3 million. The studio behind the restoration says “this was about creating a space that evokes a sense of complete tranquility, immersive wellbeing and hospitality at home.”
The corner lot measures 32,234 square feet, while the 73033 Joshua Tree Street house is 3,460 square feet. It’s ideal for folks who prefer to have everything all on one floor and the plan shows four bedrooms and 3 and 1.5 baths. Most of its mid-century elements are intact to give it a timeless appeal some buyers might find intriguing.
Furthermore, to make it appear like a desert oasis, native flora lines the exterior areas of the property. Elsewhere, a large driveway leads to a garage that can hold two cars. Meanwhile, culinary enthusiasts have three kitchens to choose from at 73033 Joshua Tree Street. Dine and drink indoors or turn any of the outdoor spaces into intimate gathering points.
Hang out at the pool and lawn area out back to beat the heat or host a weekend barbecue with family and friends. “Hand-made, reclaimed, vintage and antique materials were sourced from all over the world,” notes Compass. Interested buyers of the 73033 Joshua Tree Street home will also receive a Shelby Cobra golf cart built by Caddyshack.
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