1946 – Desert Hot Springs, CA – $115,000

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Added to OHD on 1/9/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/8/19   -   23 Comments
66050 3rd St, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

Map: Street

Price

$115,000

Beds

1

Baths

1

SqFt

1314

Acres

0.3

Unique stone construction property on .30 acres in Desert Hot Springs. Large living room with ornate stone fireplace and wood lined ceilings. Charming custom work runs throughout the home from the cabinetry to the ceilings. A rear courtyard crafted from stone adds a private area for outside gatherings. The home does need some TLC. Come see if this opportunity is right for you.
Contact Details
Miles Turner, Windermere R.E. Tower Prop.
(951) 505-9362
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23 Comments on 1946 – Desert Hot Springs, CA – $115,000

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  1. Carolyn says: 220 comments
    Grand Rapids, MI

    A house in California for $115,000!? Wow! This place has a lot of potential both inside and outside. The first thing I’d do is get rid of all the weird built ins/wood posts/shelving units(?) and clean up the outdoor space. This would be a fun project house.

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    • TheRealDevilDoll says: 2 comments

      The minute someone says “project house” you know they are going to destroy much of what makes it unique, quirky and original.

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      • Ruth Alvarez says: 1 comments

        That was exactly what I was thinking.

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      • Carolyn says: 220 comments
        Grand Rapids, MI

        Don’t assume anything. I have a history of restoring houses. My particular aim would be cleaning up and decorating.
        proj·ect
        noun
        /ˈpräˌjekt/Submit
        1.
        an individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned and designed to achieve a particular aim.
        “a research project”

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        • TheRealDevilDoll says: 2 comments

          In your case, I stand corrected. I have seen “project” used as a nice term for ruin/obliterate/turn into something bland so many times that the word scares me!

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  2. PatrickPatrick says: 7 comments

    I love it as is. I can adapt to the weirdness, but would hate to see someone turn it into a “normal” space. Load it with art, mcm abstract furniture, a hot tub and it is good to go. Does anyone know where I put my beads and bell bottoms?

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  3. RossRoss says: 2311 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Well, you don’t see this everyday.

    Pretty cool.

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  4. BARBARA KRUEGER says: 12 comments

    how cool

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  5. NonaKNonaK says: 96 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Austin, TX

    It would be fun to make this quirky place my home. I enjoyed the memories it brought back as I spent many family vacations and weekend trips in Desert Hot Springs in the 60’s. My parents thought it therapeutic to soak in the hot springs.

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  6. Luella says: 1 comments

    I love it. Very unique.

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  7. Roya Smith says: 8 comments

    I know this neighborhood, lived there. This house used to look so much better. At that price it won’t last. DHS is a new legal commercial weed city. It’s in Coachella Valley ie coachellafest. It gets really hot there in the summer 120.

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  8. RosewaterRosewater says: 4068 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Yeah – coooool! Super groovy columnar gas heater is a + in my weird appliances book.

    There is most likely stained and scored concrete under all that – – tile – -. Cant count how many times I’ve seen that done. A real loss.

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  9. Roya Smith says: 8 comments

    Actually there is another house on the top of the hill I got this one mixed up with. Nonak is right the Spa hotel has the best pools. DHS isn’t fancy but since it’s across the fwy from Palm Springs this is an amazing investment opportunity

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  10. PlasterboyPlasterboy says: 93 comments

    Waiting for Clint Eastwood to appear in a shot in his poncho and cigar.

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  11. Catarina Marron says: 1 comments

    Love this! It is unique! You could make another room within

  12. Angie boldly going nowhere says: 18 comments

    This property appeared here in the December 28 link exchange. I saw it on the 30th and was fascinated. Stone cottages always grab my interest and this one, especially the outside, kept me staring at it entranced for several minutes before leaving a comment. I bet this has a history and I’d love to know about it!!!

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  13. Johntique says: 26 comments

    I can envision turning this into a very cool bar and lounge!

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  14. Jenn says: 1 comments

    That stone will help keep the house cooler in summer besides looking amazing. I love older stone homes. I would love to see the built-ins up close. Huge square footage for a one bedroom place. Hopefully the right kind of buyer gets it and not someone who will destroy the uniqueness.

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  15. Maria McCune says: 2 comments

    I’d buy this place just for the outdoor stonework and built-in benches. This could be a beautiful garden.

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  16. DianeEG says: 436 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1896

    I felt as if I’d fallen into the rabbit hole and found I wanted to stay.

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  17. Kristina Stone says: 1 comments

    I think my family really needs to live here! 😍😍 #thestonehouse

  18. brigidbrigid says: 209 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1930 Eclectic Lake Cabin
    Smalltown, OK

    What an awesome and interesting house. A little yard work and moving the washer inside (I don’t need a dryer in the CA heat)I’d be good to go!

  19. k9 says: 30 comments

    Wonder what it looked like in the 40’s before the disco era remodel. The floor tile and shiny hearth tile need to go. I kept expecting a disco ball and tiki bar to show up.

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