Musician Mark Mothersbaugh Lists Palm Springs Home
As the ultimate desert playground, Palm Springs, CA, is the getaway of choice for celebrities and snowbirds alike. It’s a fantastic place to escape from the frosty rigors of winter.
If you’d like to make your way to the desert and live in a true classic with a celeb pedigree, composer Mark Mothersbaugh is selling his three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in the Racquet Club Estates neighborhood.
The accomplished musician already has been busy in the real estate market this year, selling two properties in Los Angeles a couple of months ago. This particular Mid-Century Modern beauty was built in 1959 by the Alexander Construction Company, and these homes are especially prized in the Palm Springs area.
Mothersbaugh’s property is presented by Robert Parham, and it’s affordable, too, priced at just $595,000. A 266-square-foot addition, in keeping with the original design, was added recently, and there are new clerestory windows—plus a charming vaulted roof line—that give the home some extra pop.
Inside, the living space is open and airy, with vaulted and beamed ceilings, walls of glass sliders that open to the pool-patio area and an impressive block fireplace. The open-concept kitchen is minimalist in its design, with streamlined maple cabinetry and integrated stainless steel appliances.
Outside, a glittering salt water pool awaits alongside an expansive and shaded patio, creating a space that cries out for entertaining. Whether it’s a BBQ with friends or an elegant cocktail party, this spot is the perfect site for any sort of festive affair.
Mothersbaugh, aside from his pioneering work with Devo, is an avid painter and composer. He’s written the scores for over 70 movies and television shows.
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