Designed in 1955 by architect Albert Frey, the Cree House is a pristine Palm Springs abode. The mid-century modern residence occupies 8.2 acres and is anchored to a rocky hillside by a foundation of steel stilts. Painted Encelia green, its exterior blends into the desert landscape allowing the vibrant yellow fiberglass deck to pop. The 1,124-square-foot, one bedroom interior has been left nearly untouched with original features like a native stone fireplace, wood paneling, vintage kitchen appliances, and cabinets. Extensive glazing welcomes in views of the surrounding environment while also opening to expand the modest living space out to a 600-square-foot deck. Also known as "The Forgotten Frey", the home has been under single-family ownership and had not been open to the public until Modernism Week 2019.
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