This 1961 Palmer and Krisel designed Alexander Construction Company-built home is situated on a 1/4 acre lot in the Racquet Club Estates neighborhood.

1150 East Adobe Way, Palm Springs; Front of house

1150 E Adobe Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262 (map)
3br / 2ba / 1225 sq ft / 10,019 sq ft lot
$589,000 / MLS#: 17-202860PS

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1150 East Adobe Way, Palm Springs; Pool and yard

The stunning recently renovated home includes a fully redone open kitchen, newly tiled floor with carpets in bedrooms, updated baths, dual pane sliders throughout, full copper re-piped plumbing, foam roof, and much more. The backyard has been re-landscaped and offers magnificent mountain views. Enjoy your Pebble Tec oval pool or your 2 person super hot tub throughout the year … or sit in front of the fire pit and absorb the views of the beautiful San Jacinto mountains.

1150 East Adobe Way, Palm Springs; Living room

This home has been meticulously updated and offers a warm and cozy experience while keeping that original mid-century modern essence. Complete list of updates and upgrades available upon request.

1150 East Adobe Way, Palm Springs; Kitchen

1150 East Adobe Way, Palm Springs; Master bathroom

1150 East Adobe Way, Palm Springs; Yard with mountain views

Here is the basic floor plan of Alexander tract homes found throughout Palm Springs’ Racquet Club neighborhood.

Floor plan for Palm Springs Alexander Construction Company mid century tract homes

Floor plan of your typical Alexander Construction Company mid century tract homes in Palm Springs

About the Alexander Construction Company:

The Alexander Construction Company was a Palm Springs, California based residential development company that built over 2,200 houses in the Coachella Valley of Riverside County, California between 1955 and 1965.
The construction of these homes doubled the size of Palm Springs and caused the city to take on a new shape, direction, and character as an enclave of modern architecture in the Mid-century modern style. These houses, collectively known as “Alexanders,” have come to be appreciated for their rational designs, modernist style, and innovative construction and are now highly sought after, selling for a premium over their more conventional contemporaries. (source – wikipedia)