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Mid-Century Trousdale in Tahquitz River Estates
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Location: Tahquitz River Estates
A warm Mid-Century with a kiss of Spanish influence. This 1949 Trousdale with brick walls throughout has been transformed into a relaxing home with luxurious upgrades. Desert landscaping in front, lush tropical with large pool, new concrete squares decking, brick barbecue, beautiful trees and plantings in the private backyard. Spectacular western views with no wires. Three bedrooms, two renovated baths and a media room. Master is en-suite with laundry, walk in closet. Middle bedroomconverted to open inviting office space. New kitchen has stainless appliances and boasts quartz counters with designer oversized grey subway tile backsplash up to the ceiling and new modern white cabinetry. A Spanish tile roof with 1.5 inch foam insulation, solar panels, dual air-conditioning and heating, dual evaporative coolers. With it's double pane windows and protective walls, you would not know your on Sunrise.

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Contact Information
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Ryan Cummings
760-409-0129
BRE.01415106
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John Moore
760-774-9614
BRE.01923013
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Pricing
Price: $669,000.00
Property Location
801 S Sunrise Way
Palm Springs, CA 92264
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Features
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Parking Spaces: 2
Year Built: 1949
Subdivision: Tahquitz River Estates
Lot Size: 10454
Garage Size: 2
School District: Palm Springs Unified
Square Footage: 1864
Agent Name: Ryan Cummings
Broker: HK Lane/Christie's Int'l
MLS #: 18-344694PS
Attributes
Appliances
Range/Oven
Full Refrigerator
Washer/Dryer
Dishwasher
Sink Disposal
Microwave
Interior Amenities
Fireplace
Exterior Amenities
Fenced Yard
Swimming Pool
Grass Lawn
Secluded setting
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  • Price: $669,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 1,864

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