Sleek Desert Modern and its Vintage Furniture Asks $4.5M

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Location: Rancho Mirage, Calif.
Price: $4,495,000
The Skinny: The next owner of this modular home in the exclusive Thunderbird Heights neighborhood of Rancho Mirage will not just get a house; they'll also receive a trove of pieces from a who's who of notable designers. Per the listing, the home's "amazing art and vintage furnishings including pieces from Charles Hollis Jones, Cedric Hartman, Harvey Probber, Robsjohn Gibbons, Bertoia, Scott Donado, Grossfield Howe and others" are all included in the asking price. The home itself was designed by Los Angeles architect Jonathan Weston, who created an open plan design built around a courtyard pool, with a 90-foot veranda overlooking an backyard infinity pool and firepit. Inside, a great room, chef's kitchen, and one of the two master suites adjoins the veranda, with the other three suites and an office in the wings that bracket the courtyard. The 5,000-square-foot home, and its collection of vintage Lucite furniture, sofas, and chairs, is asking $4.495M.

· 70205 Thunderbird Rd, Rancho Mirage, Calif. [Zillow]

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