Clean lines and minimalist, this kitchen is more 21st century than 1960s kitsch.
The real life Wolf of Wall Street would definitely approve of this 1.3-acre property, which includes this elegantly designed bedroom, which is one of six.
Another view of one of the bedrooms that may now belong to Leonardo DiCaprio who recently sold his Malibu home for $19 million.
One of 7.5 bathrooms, which features a modern design.
Despite its modern décor – as this bathroom illustrates – the single story home was built in 1964 for legendary actress and singer Dinah Shore.
Just because it’s based in the desert doesn’t mean this central Palm Springs property can’t have a plush manicured lawn.
If he finds the weather unbearable, DiCaprio can take a dip in this pool while looking up at the mountains.
The pool and spa area is set well away from the main house.
Designed by architect Donald Wexler, the 432 West Hermosa Place property, also includes a water feature in the enclosed entrance courtyard.
Anyone for tennis? The new owner will have his very own court to play with friends.
Each bedroom seems to have its own theme or design, like this salmon-colored sleeping area.
Blue is the warmest color in this bedroom
The property features many of the original features as demonstrated in this living room, which has a mid-20th century feel.
A more modern room in the otherwise kitsch home.
One of the beautiful features of this property is the wall to ceiling windows, which offer residents a breathtaking view of the surrounding landscape.
A more intimate dining area in the heart of the sprawling property.
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