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    Ava Gardner - 1148 East Alejo Road, Palm Springs. Movie Colony East. Ava Gardner lived in this home along with Frank Sinatra, after she broke up his marriage to Nancy Barbato. Ava met Frank at the Chi Chi Club downtown PS during a switch partners call by the emcee. The house was built in 1947 and designed by E. Stewart Williams. It has 4 bed, 5 bath, 3,617sf, and a pool on a 35,017sf lot.

    Ava Gardner

    The most beautiful house in the world. Designed by Richard Neutra for the Kaufmann family in 1946. (The same family who commissioned the *second* most beautiful home in the world, fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright. Those Kaufmanns were lucky bastards, indeed!

    Ava Gardner

    Bob Hope's Palm Springs home

    Ava Gardner.

    The famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright designed actress Farrah Fawcett's home. This is the backyard pool and south wing of the house at 21200 Center Ave. in Los Banos, California.

    Studio William Hefner - Brentwood Residence

    Bob Hope’s Modern home in Palm Springs

    Frank Sinatras first home in Palm Springs ~ he called it Twin Palms

    This 1959 Life Magazine picture of Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh home in Movie Colony, Palm Springs for sale $1.295

    William Burgess House, Palm Springs Photographer Julius Shulman (via Vintage Photography)

    Palm Springs

    Dinah Shore's Palm Spings home

    Palm Springs

    Tony Curtis & Janet Leigh’s former 3,204 square-foot house in Palm Springs with 5 bedrooms and 5 baths. Built by designer and developer Roy Fey in 1960, the gated house sits on about a third of an acre.

    Kaufmann House Richard Neutra Palm Springs, 1946. Built for the same family that Frank Lloyd Wright made Fallingwater for -- talk about taste!

    The Kaufmann House - 1946. Masterwork by architect Richard Neutra.

    The Elrod House by John Lautner

    Paula Deen's house: the island she lives on

    Cary Grant's 1920's Palm Springs home