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This week: Desert modernism

1. Paradise Valley, Ariz. Desert modernist homes were designed with glass, steep overhangs, and indoor/outdoor spaces. This three-bedroom house, built by William Cody and Al Beadle in 1966, is set on 1.2 acres of landscaped desert. Interior features include custom walnut cabinetry, terrazzo flooring, and a walk-in wine room. Additional property amenities include a glass garage with a workshop, a guesthouse, and a pool. $2,495,000. Joe Bushong, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, (602) 770-6733

2. Rancho Mirage, Calif. Set on a 0.4-acre lot, this 1963 three-bedroom house is located just outside the Porcupine Creek Golf Club. It features exposed-beam ceilings, glass walls, and stamped concrete flooring. Exterior details include a large retractable awning, a pool, a hot tub, a fire pit, and fruit trees. $619,000. Wayne Longman, Haverkate, (760) 469-9195

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3. Palm Springs, Calif. Located in Racquet Club Estates, this three-bedroom house was designed by William Krisel. The post-and-beam Alexander tract home is located among the largest group of mid-century modern homes in the country. Details include a fireplace, walls of glass that open to the outdoors, and desert landscaping. $325,000. Paul Kaplan, Paul Kaplan Group, (760) 285-8559

4. Palm Springs, Calif. Built in 1961, this four-bedroom stone-and-stucco home is set on a 0.3-acre lot downtown. Interior details include skylights, a wet bar, stone floor tiles, and French doors. The pool area features a covered porch, fire pits, cascading fountains, and an outdoor bar area. $1,450,000. Josh Pringle and Benjamin Leaskou, Leaskou Partners, Inc., (760) 799-4290

5. Paradise Valley, Ariz. This four-bedroom home was designed by Al Beadle in 1958. The mid-century modern structure has floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-paneled doors and walls, and a fireplace. The 1.1-acre property features a pool, a carport, and a poolside guesthouse. $749,000. Christi Brink, Home Smart, (480) 747-8899

6. Paradise Valley, Ariz. Built in 1969 by architects from Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture, Taliesin West. The three-bedroom home includes polished concrete floors, redwood and pinewood details, and the original windows. The 1-acre concrete-block-walled property includes a one-bedroom guesthouse built in 2000 to match the style of the main home. $1,600,000. Joe Bushong, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, (602) 770-6733

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