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Cree House / Albert Frey


There are plenty of stunning mid century modern homes in Palm Springs, but this one bedroom gem is straight out of a movie set. Called the Cree House and designed in 1955 by Swiss-born architect Albert Frey, the home was commissioned by prominent Palm Springs community leader Raymond Cree. But unlike many of the other stand-out buildings in the area, the flat-roofed, boxy home set into the rocky foothills was never open to the public. 67389 East Palm Canyon Drive is on the market now for $2,500,000 — via Curbed

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