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Desert modern built for son of Franklin Delano Roosevelt on the market for $1.1M

Built for the son of Franklin Delano Roosevelt With Palm Springs’ annual Modernism Week just around the corner, many of its events are sold out, including the “Art and Architecture Behind the Gates in Indian Wells” tour. You don’t need a ticket to that event, however, to take a virtual tour of one of the properties featured on it, as the home hit the market earlier this week.
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