Apricot Glow, one of architect William Krisel's original paint colors, is applied to this special home which is designated a class one/mills act site. The home captures a moment in time, late 1957, when it was first unveiled as part of the then new Twin Palms development. The front yard, also designed by Krisel, is a unique geometric landscape that expertly compliments the lines of the house. Here is the classic and efficient 3 bedroom 2 bath plan which he designed. It features kitchens and baths with cabinetry based on the architect's original drawings. Light plays upon the Terrazzo tile floors in the main rooms, coming in from a multitude of clerestory windows and glass doors throughout the home. The living room is firmly anchored by the massive mason-built stone fireplace that provides a perfect counter weight to the lightness of all the surrounding glass. Magnificent mountain views are a prominent feature here. This was living at mid century; and this is living today.
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