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Retro retreat: 1970s-built Acacia house, Palm Springs, California, USA

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Thinking about your summer holidays yet? Considering California? Well, Acacia in Palm Springs, California could be for you.

Right in the centre of an area of superb architectural interest (just a few blocks from Richard Neutra's renowned Miller House amongst other gems), this 1970s construction mixes the old and the new, with the house itself offering some mid-century style living, albeit with furnishings that are more modern than period.


For your money, you get access to three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large reception, TV room, kitchen/diner and a cool outside space with large pool, water feature, mature palms and decking.

It will cost you £975 for a week here, transport to get there is obviously extra.

Find out more at the Modern House website

One thought on “Retro retreat: 1970s-built Acacia house, Palm Springs, California, USA

  1. I love the location!, in the centre of the superb architectural interest like you mention. Richard Neutra’s Miller House also worth stopping by, the mix of 1970s construction and modern tones will blow you away. The furnishings that are more modern make you feel right at home. Great!

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