Home of the Day: Midcentury Modern architect Donald Wexler’s home turf

By Lauren Beale

Midcentury Modern architect Donald Wexler, who died this year at 89, designed this single-story house as his family home and lived there for 38 years. He expanded the post-and-beam house in 1960 and worked on its restoration in 2008.

Floor-to-ceiling glass walls, wide overhangs and doors that open to terraces and the saltwater swimming pool are among the features.

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Address: 1272 E. Verbena Drive, Palm Springs 92262

Price: $1.75 million

Built: 1955

House size: 2,424 square feet, three bedrooms, two bathrooms

Lot size: 12,632 square feet

Features: Open living and dining room, stainless-steel appliances, den/office, breakfast area, terrazzo floors, patio, perimeter privacy wall, mountain views

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 92262 ZIP Code in September was $470,000 based on 34 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 10.6% decrease in median price from September 2014.

Agents: Rick Grahn, Deasy Penner & Partners, (310) 382-0344

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