Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Traditionally Renovated Large Sandpiper Condominium For Sale – Palm Desert, CA

Built in 1963 near the heart of Palm Desert, CA is this traditionally renovated condominium relatively new to the market. Featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 2,011 square feet, a private courtyard and a single-car garage, the asking price of this home is $584,800 with monthly HOA dues of $495.

The exterior of the home features Sandpiper character defining scored concrete block, with a flat raised roof floating above clerestory windows. The traditional renovation starts with the single Tuscan-styled front door with sidelights, an interesting contrast replacing what would have been a pair of flat double doors.

Living room 

Living room 

Living, entry and kitchen 

The entry opens into a travertine-lined entry way which leads into the rear-facing living room. Walls of glass overlooking the Sandpiper common area fill the living room with natural light, while high clerestories allow the ceiling to float above the space.


Kitchen and living room 

Dining room 

The kitchen has been opened to the living room, and features newer dark cherry cabinets, carrying forward the traditional stylings of the renovation. Granite countertops and stainless steel appliances accent the space, while a built-in fridge disappears behind panels which match the cabinetry. The dining room sits open to and just off the kitchen, and has large floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the private interior courtyard.

Master bedroom 

Master bath

Secondary bedroom 

Secondary bath


The courtyard is overlooked by two generously proportioned bedrooms, both featuring Krisel’s signature walls of glass overlooking the space. Both bathrooms have been renovated in a similar fashion as the kitchen, with cherry cabinetry, traditional fixtures and granite countertops. The third bedroom has been converted to a den, opened to the living room, providing large built-in cabinetry and overlooking the Sandpiper common area.


Courtyard barbeque and bar

Unit as viewed from common area

The interior courtyard has also received a traditional makeover, anchored with a large, ornate fireplace with stacked stone veneer and wrought iron accents. Travertine lines the courtyard, and a built-in barbeque and bar area sits to the side of the space.

The traditional renovation of this home doesn’t entirely acknowledge the midcentury roots of the property, but should appeal to those with similar tastes as the current owner.

Check out the full listing on here: 72805 El Paseo #810

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