Devo co-founder Gerald Casale lives in a rather impressive example of Palm Desert, California. He’s selling his picture perfect property for a steal at $1.2m.
Built and designed in 1963 by the architectural team of Patten and Wild, the 3,218-square-foot desert home is in pristine condition. Casale is a Mid-Century Modern aficionado who spent seven years restoring the Richard Neutra–designed Kuns residence in the Hollywood Hills.
“It’s perfect for someone who really appreciates midcentury architecture and wants something with the original details still intact,” says listing agent Gregg Fletcher of The Agency in Palm Springs.