Imagine the Winchester Mystery House in Palm Springs...hmm...but with so many possibilities! Located in Old Las Palmas on a street to street lot the original structure of this home was built in 1940 by architect Hiram Hudson Benedict. Later additions were done by Albert Frey of the guest bedroom in 1945 and most notably the Recreation Room by E. Stewart Williams in 1948. The free standing Recreation Room structure adjacent to the swimming pool retains much of its integrity and has jaw dropping views of the San Jacinto Mountains. On almost 3/4 acre lot the original 1940 Kirk Residence was a Bermuda style single family home reminiscent of the era. The original main structure also featured a small second story penthouse that was accessible from an outside spiral staircase. Several additions/expansions happened through the years after 1948 to include a guest house in 1951, dining/living room addition in 1961, primary bedroom addition in 1968, guest house and kitchen expansion in 1988 and in 2003 the expansion of the second story Penthouse deck. The property has the most unbelievable views and is just begging for a creative to reimagine this street to street property and make past history return to life.
335 Camino Norte, Palm Springs, CA 92262
Laundry roomInside, Laundry Room
FireplaceFamily Room, Living Room, Recreation Room
AppliancesDouble Oven, Dishwasher, Electric Cooktop, Microwave, Refrigerator
Area & Lot
Lot Area30,492 Sq.Ft.
Living area6,519 Sq.Ft.
PoolPrivate pool, In Ground, Private
Parking5 total parking spaces, Circular Driveway, Driveway
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