338894 Trinidad Circle in Palm Springs, California, is currently listed for $5,100,000 by Scott Ehrens of Compass.

“This home presents a design pedigree that builds from the tradition of clean lines and organic materials pioneered by the original masters of desert modernism. Developer Beau Laughlin of Framework Design + Build acquired the land with original architectural plans by Studio AR&D. Laughlin expanded upon those designs to create this contemporary desert compound which features five bedrooms laid out in a U-shape around a large outdoor leisure area with epic mountain vistas in all directions. The interior is anchored by a dramatic 24-foot expanse of 11-foot-tall Fleetwood sliders, which fully pocket behind the walls to create a massive indoor/outdoor living experience. The outdoor leisure area features a resort-sized pool, spa, fully outfitted outdoor kitchen, fire-pit area, exceptional landscaping, Garapa wood decking and cantilevered pergola. Each element is framed by architecture and capitalizes on the views.”

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This $1.4M Midcentury Near New York City Radiates Strong “Mad Men” Vibes

53 Woods Road in Tuxedo Park, New York, is currently listed for $1,397,000 by Elizabeth Broderick of Tuxedo Hudson Realty.

“This four-season getaway was built in 1967 on top of a boulder using natural, local stone and materials. Tasteful renovations by both the current and previous owners offers luxurious comforts and resort style living. The space is a large-format home with an open, two-level living/dining/entertaining area, as well as four bedrooms (one of which is a private, extended suite), four full baths, an updated kitchen, and an expansive screened-in porch. The property has a flat lawn, a firepit area, a rooftop terrace, and an indoor/outdoor screened-in deck. Set at the top of the street, this property backs to Sterling Forest State Park.”

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If You Love Disco Balls, We’ve Found Just the Home for You

897 Field Club Road, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is currently listed for $899,000 by Linda DiBucci of Piatt Sotheby’s International Realty.

“Step through the looking glass into this whimsical artistic masterpiece, which boasts a premium location on a secluded, oversized lot in the Fox Chapel area and a contemporary interior. Known as the Mirror House among its legions of fans, this multilevel ranch features an open, turnkey interior with 25 skylights and approximately 4,291 square feet of interior space, as well as an 800-square-foot garage and a private backyard that is reminiscent of a botanical garden. Showcasing the craftsmanship and attention to detail of a renowned local artist couple, the home includes a state-of-the-art home theater, a library/home office with a built-in mahogany desk, shelving, and vaulted ceilings, an artist’s studio, and a finished basement that could be a perfect game room/playroom.”

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Calling Midcentury Enthusiasts: The Iconic Pearsall House Lists for $3.2M

1950 Englewood Ter, located in Forty Fort, Pennsylvania, is currently listed for $3,200,000 by Laura Colleran of Realty World Rubbico Real Estate.

“We are thrilled to present the historic family home of renowned American furniture designer Adrian Pearsall in Forty Fort, Pennsylvania. This unique property presents an extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for midcentury enthusiasts and architectural aficionados to own an outright stunning property and a rare piece of midcentury history. Adrian Pearsall, celebrated for his exceptional contributions to midcentury furniture design, created this architectural gem as his family residence in the picturesque town of Forty Fort. The home, meticulously maintained and preserved, stands as a testament to Pearsall’s innovative design ethos and artistic vision.”

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This Massive East Bay Eichler Just Relisted With a Major Price Cut

5777 Greenridge Road in Castro Valley, California, is currently listed for $1,995,000 by Thomas Westfall of Compass.

“Now on the market is a one-of-a-kind Eichler home in Castro Valley’s Greenridge neighborhood. Built in 1960, and reimagined in 1974 by the original architecture firm of Emmons & Jones, this unicorn-of-an-Eichler boasts over 3,000 square feet of living space, including a massive primary suite and landscaped backyard. The home has been respectfully updated and upgraded in all the right places, while keeping original features intact, including an open-air atrium entrance, unpainted ceilings, mahogany paneling, wood-burning fireplace in the great room, and the original globe lighting.”

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