Windermere Realtor® Neil Curry and Palm Springs South Branch Manager Chris Anderson joined Paul and Monika Hryn of Dos Palmas Development and architect James Cioffi last week at the ground-breaking for AE3@Sunny Dunes in Palm Springs. AE3 is Dos Palmas Development’s second development in Palm Springs and will be located between South Calle Amigo and South Sunrise on East Sunny Dunes Road in the Warm Sands neighborhood.
Built from 2010-2012, Dos Palmas Development’s first Palm Springs project, Alexander Estates II, featured 25 homes inspired by the original template introduced by The Alexander Building Company in the 1950’s. AE3@Sunny Dunes will feature seven new homes that also stay true to their mid-century roots in spirit and design while delivering a new generation of dwellings better suited for 21st Century living.
AE3@Sunny Dunes will be represented by Realtor® Neil Curry from Windermere Southern California’s Palm Spring South Office located at 2465 East Palm Canyon Drive, Suite 605. The projected release date of the homes to the Multiple Listing System is early October. Interested parties can contact Neil to see the current elevation shots and floor plan. Neil can be reached at (760) 285-2349.
Designed by noted Palm Springs architect James Cioffi, these homes will feature 2,143 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and three and a half baths on 10,000+ square foot lots. The fourth bedroom and third full bath will be located in the attached casita. High-end finish details include polished concrete floors in main living areas, smooth finish drywall and solid quartz countertops anchored by custom cabinetry. A premium fixture package will boast the brand names of Viking, Grohe and Kohler.
Exterior elevations showcase the classic rooflines associated with Mid-Century design – Center view, butterfly, single slope and long gable. Front, side and rear landscaping will complement every home’s private saltwater pool and spa where homeowners will enjoy fantastic Central Palm Springs’ views of the San Jacinto Mountains.