Designed by Donald Wexler, father of “desert modern” architecture, Casa Tranquillo -- once featured on HGTV -- sits at the base of the San Jacinto mountains in The Mesa, a historic neighborhood 5 minutes from downtown Palm Springs. A showcase of Wexler’s signature butterfly roof style, the home’s swimming pool also mirrors the distinctive shape. Inside, find distinctive mid-century design elements, including travertine floors and a lighted opaque glass wall. In the unique step-up living room, sink into one of two sectional sofas by the large-screen TV and a cozy fireplace. In a separate, sunken sitting area, another sectional and coffee table offers a place to relax with a cocktail or laze with a magazine. Exposed stone and glass walls throughout create a feeling of indoor/outdoor living.
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