314 W. Via Sol
Welcome to the former Jeannette C. McIntyre Estate - a Vista Las Palmas fixer opportunity.
There is plenty of room to add on to the house and make this a dream home or income generator. This home is on a fantastic lot with incredible mountain views. The pool and spa are well placed and updated with Pebble Tec and updated lighting and pool equipment. There is a large living room with a high vaulted ceiling and mountain view, fireplace, wet bar, tile floors, and attached enclosed sunroom with large dual paned windows. The master bedroom is large with two large walk-in closets, an additional wardrobe closet with skylight, and a large sitting room with patio & pool access.
Additionally, two bedrooms, enclosed patio area with temperature control, and an oversized two-car garage with lots of storage space, washbasin, and direct access to the home. All this and more!
Located in one of the most desired neighborhoods of Palm Springs, Vista Las Palmas, this community is located near the design district and many restaurants, shops, and event spaces. The history carries back many years and establishes Palm Springs and a world-class destination and beautiful place to live.
Click here for some history on Jeannette C. McIntyre:
Jeannette C. McIntyre:
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Private family services have been held for Jeannette C. McIntyre, widely known Coachella Valley philanthropist, art dealer and former art gallery owner. Mrs. McIntyre
Mrs. McIntyre died June 18 at Desert Hospice, Desert Hospital, Palm Springs.
She had a lifelong dedication to business and the arts and commitment to education based on the concepts of free enterprise.
She was born in Davenport, where she lived many years. In her childhood days, she developed an interest in art. She also was a dancer and was involved in community theater.
Mrs. McIntyre had been president of LEECO Corp., a manufacturing business headquartered in Madison, Ohio, for 14 years, a position she held after her husband, Frederick, the founder died.
She opened an art gallery in 1984 in California and represented major American, French and German impressionists and contemporary artists and sculptors also of national and international fame. Her gallery became a major art showcase in the desert empire and Southern California. She was founding member of the Gallery Association of Palm Springs.
In 1992, she was among national recipients of Northwood University Distinguished Women's award.
Additionally, she was a swimmer and golfer and a member of Uptown Players in Chicago; Masquers in Iowa; and National Republican Women's Organization. She also had been a world traveler.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Frederick (Lash) McIntyre and Jeannette C. McIntyre Charitable Foundation Trust, in care of Martin Leavitt, Sullivan & Leavitt, P.C., P.O. Box 400, Northville, Mich. 48167.
Survivors include a son, John Duncan, Fairbanks, Alaska; a sister, Bernice Warner, Chicago Heights, Ill.; and a longtime companion, Douglas G. Brown.
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- Heated Pool
- High Ceilings
- Large Kitchen
- Large Lot
- Mountain Views
- Oversized Windows
- Quiet and Private
- Side-by-Side Washer and Dryer
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Walk-In Closets