Soul Escape: 432 Hermosa, Palm Springs

Design, Travel & City Guide

Spring marks not only the start of new romances, but the season festival starting with  Coachella in California.

Before heading to the festival and after two hours drive from Los Angeles you’ll be happy to leave your bags at 432 Hermosa, Dinah Shore’s former home, now owned by Leonardo DiCaprio!


This iconic modernist meets ranch-style home in Palm Springs was originally designed by renowned architect Donald Wexler in 1964. Wexler pioneered the steel post-and-beam design, in the Old Las Palmas neighborhood of Palm Springs, where Hollywood icons including Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and Elvis Presley once vacationed.

The palm tree adorned estate is a mixture of modernist architecture, manicured gardens and luxury amenities.


432 Hermosa has become the most enticing vacation rental in Palm Springs since debuting last year. The historic estate, with well preserved Mid-century modern architecture and design, is secluded on a 1.3-acre desert compound. The 7,022-square-foot main house has 6 bedrooms, 7 1/2 baths, a separate, one-bedroom guest house, heated outdoor pool, tennis courts, daily maid service and multiple fireplaces.

A guesthouse overlooking a pool, a tennis court, and a tennis pavilion complete this ultimate desert oasis.


432 Hermosa, 432 W Hermosa Pl, Palm Springs, CA 92262 

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Apr. 9, 2016

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