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Designed by William Krisel in 1960, the Palm Springs property is packed with original detail and topped with a futuristic winged roof.
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Location: 1350 Ladera Circle, Palm Springs, California
Price: $5,650,000
Architect: William Krisel
Year Built: 1960
Footprint:4,695 square feet (four bedrooms, five baths)
Lot Size: 0.48 acres
 From the Agent: “This was the custom family home built for Robert and Helene Alexander of the famed Alexander construction company. Look magazine visited in 1962 for a peek into the futuristic design, declaring it the ‘House Of Tomorrow.’ 
The spaceship-like dynamic winged roofline shelters four circular pods, with the center of the house fanning out from the dramatic stepped waterfall.
The entry path through carved wood, double-height entry doors ushers you to a sunken party pad of angular stacked stoned walls, glass, and a low-slung curved upholstered banquet embracing a futuristic steel beaker-shaped fireplace hood and floating hearth.
Elvis Presley celebrated his honeymoon here in 1967, giving the home one of its names, the ‘Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway.’”
Set in the trendy Vista Las Palmas neighborhood, the restored midcentury is recognized for being the largest Alexander-built home—as well as the residence with the largest pool.

Set in the trendy Vista Las Palmas neighborhood, the restored midcentury is recognized for being the largest Alexander-built home—as well as the residence with the largest pool.
Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass

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Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass

A rock wall encompasses the living room, which also features floor-to-ceiling glass doors that lead to a covered, poolside dining area. 

A rock wall encompasses the living room, which also features floor-to-ceiling glass doors that lead to a covered, poolside dining area. 
Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass
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Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass
A beaker-shaped fireplace hood divides the main living area and raised dining platform. The adjacent kitchen continues the room’s circular theme, featuring a round island.

A beaker-shaped fireplace hood divides the main living area and raised dining platform. The adjacent kitchen continues the room’s circular theme, featuring a round island.
Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass
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Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass
A sleek primary suite is located on the upper level. In addition to panoramic views, this wing of the home comes with a generously sized dressing area and bathroom, as well as original built-in wardrobe closets centered around a circular tub.

A sleek primary suite is located on the upper level. In addition to panoramic views, this wing of the home comes with a generously sized dressing area and bathroom, as well as original built-in wardrobe closets centered around a circular tub.

Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass

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Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass
Each of the four bedrooms has an en suite bath, and two of the rooms share an exterior terrace. 

Each of the four bedrooms has an en suite bath, and two of the rooms share an exterior terrace. 
Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass

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Photo by Chris Miller/One Point Media Group, courtesy of Compass
1350 Ladera Circle in Palm Springs, California, is currently listed for $5,650,000 by Marc Sanders and Brian Linder of CompassLearn even more about the home via TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

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