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Dazzling 1970s Palm Springs oasis seeks $1.45M

Sunken living room alert The desert is hot, but this four-bedroom house in Palm Springs is very, very cool. Designed in 1978 by architect Hal Lacy, it has all the groovy bells and whistles one might hope for in a home of this period, namely a sunken living room, an amazing atrium, and more than one wall entirely covered in mirrors. The nearly 3,700-square-foot residence is being sold by filmmaker David Frankham, who renovated it, adding Heath tiles, handmade tiles in the shower, and marble and Caesarstone.
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