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Completed in 1955 and recently restored to a level as close to its original state as possible, Albert Frey’s Cree House is now available for sale for the first time since the 1970s. A true star of modernist architecture, the Swiss architect’s elevated home – originally built as a commissioned family abode – is located just outside of Palm Springs and once again reflects Frey’s vision after restoration.

Unmistakable elements include the overhanging roof, matching interior and exterior stonework, and the steel pipe pilotis arranged to contain the covered forecourt which sits at the top of a long, winding drive that traverses the desert. Views from the home take in the San Jacinto Mountains and neighbors are few and far between. Though not cheap, the Cree House is available to buy from the current long-standing owner who carefully restored the residence, having owned it since the 1970’s. 

Albert Frey Cree House Palm Springs
Albert Frey Cree House Palm Springs
Albert Frey Cree House Palm Springs
Albert Frey Cree House Palm Springs

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