360 Crestview – View Listing

Palm Springs

Mid-Century Dreaming Perched High in The Mesa, 360 Crestview is all about Style, Location and Views! Post Card Scenes from Every Direction in this Unparalleled Property. 

Located in The Mesa, the Coveted Neighborhood of South Palm Springs, this home is Situated to take full Advantage of the Majestic San Jacinto Mountains. The Mountains as the Backdrop, the Mid-Century Architecture Dances with Nature and Indulges one’s Obsession of Indoor/Outdoor Living! 

Remodeled in late 2007 Crestview has New Modern Amenities but has kept its Mid-Century Character. Travertine Floors, Floor to Ceiling Glass and an Open Sleek Floor Plan Harmonize into Architectural Bliss. 

The Infinity Edge Salt Water Pool and Spa are on the Edge of the Property so that the Captivating Canyon Setting is Center Stage. The Outdoor Space is Magical with Huge Terraces that Embrace Entertaining and Mesmerizing Landscape.

  • Concrete Countertops
  • Custom Cabinets & Millwork>
  • Travertine Flooring
  • Floor-to-Ceiling Glass
  • Stone Fireplace
  • Lush Landscape
  • Quartz Counters, Glass   Mosaic Tile

360 Crestview is the Perfect Retreat, either as a Full Time Residence or Vacation Home. The Desert Light is Sensational from Dawn to Dusk with Every Season adding to its ever Changing Brilliance. 

Proudly Marketed with Dan and Debi at Valentino & Valentino Real Estate Palm Springs. 

The Mesa is Nestled in at the Base of the San Jacinto Mountains, South of Downtown Palm Springs. Winding and Curvy Streets Ascend and Homes are Tucked in that Afford many with Dramatic Views. 

Architecturally Diverse with Famed Spanish-Style, Adobe, Mid-Century and Contemporary Homes Blending in to Create this Eclectic Neighborhood. Famed Architects have a Strong Presence in The Mesa! Donald Wexler’s Butterfly and the Quintessential Alexander Houses are Present. 

Hollywood has its Roots Planted Firmly in The Mesa! From past, Sonny Bono & Cher, Robert Wagner & Natalie Wood. Present Barry Manilow, Suzanne Somers and Author Herman Wouk call The Mesa home.