We are pleased to present this rare opportunity to acquire one of Palm Springs' most celebrated Mid-Century estates. Not often do properties of this caliber become available to potential buyers. Like fine art they often trade off-market to Mid-Century enthusiasts with "insider" connections. This landmark historic estate built in 1956 and later purchased by award-winning and internationally renowned composer Frederick Loewe is gated for privacy and security.Perched on a hillside above the most desirable neighborhood of Little Tuscany with panoramic vistas of Palm Springs below, the San Jacinto Mountains, and the Coachella Valley beyond unfold from spectacular east facing sunrises to the magical night skies. It's unusual to find a secluded Mid-Century estate of this size perfect for large-scale entertaining and multi-generational celebrations just minutes from Palm Springs' high-end design district with its unique and eclectic restaurants, retro cocktail lounges, cafes, and one-of-a-kind shops.The roughly 2 acre (on two separate apn numbers) landscaped grounds with lush and mature flora and fauna throughout boast an abundance of water features including a river rock grotto. The estate's entry court creates an unequaled sense of arrival which then unfolds through manicured lawns, flowering gardens, multi-tiered decking, a covered patio and sun-drenched lounge areas, dramatic granite boulder outcroppings, fruit orchards, tucked-away spa, and tennis court. The oversized kidney-shaped pool is directly off the primary suite to enjoy those perfect desert evenings. The surrounding early California landscape resembles a Plein air painting rich in character and color. An attached casita completes this perfect picture.The estate's centerpiece remains the Mid-Century glass jewel box of a home with four bedrooms each with an ensuite bath and one additional bath. Walls of glass showcase 5,000 square feet of iconic indoor-outdoor living where spaces flow seamlessly into one another. This is mid-century architecture rich in authenticity. Unending mountain, city, and desert views define this home'. Sliding glass walls open to the outside in the 700 square foot Neutra-inspired primary suite which Frederick Loewe added in 1963. The expansive glass-walled dining room enjoys the same perspective to the outdoors. The melding of fine design incorporating true mid-century elements like a sunken living area, club-style bar, floor-to-ceiling walnut-paneled fireplace, terrazzo flooring, beamed ceilings, and of course the striking walls of glass define the art of timeless Palm Springs living.