Parting is such sweet sorrow

They say love is blind. That couldn’t be any more true than when we fell in love with this home. The listing had no pictures but we were familiar with the neighborhood and knew from the description it would be a match.


Upon arrival we knew instantly this would be home. From the decorative block wall at the front bedrooms that offer both privacy and beautiful architectural detail to the original double front doors and hardware that were still in tact but in desperate need of love and attention, we could easily see the potential. And that’s all before we ever entered the house. It did not disappoint.


Originally hidden from the street and the golf course by overgrown foliage, this 1963 mid-century modern architectural gem is situated on the west side of one of the finest blocks on the Indian Canyons Golf Course. This 4BR (3 en-suites), 4BA home with home office and separate casita has now been completely transformed back to its previous splendor beginning with the the striking orange, Parker-inspired front doors with re-plated original hardware. While most every inch of this space has been updated, the breathtaking views of the San Jacinto mountains remain unspoiled and untouched. It is true that parting is sweet sorrow but we now leave you in the capable hands of the new owners to create new memories and to begin a love affair of their own.