Designed by the acclaimed Donald Wexler, ”The Last Wexler” is the final residence the pioneering architect had a direct hand in building before his passing in 2015. A benchmark for innovative modern design, this historic home features many of Wexler’s groundbreaking techniques and demonstrates his acute sensitivity to the extremes of the desert climate. Featuring exposed steel columns, vast expanses of glass, pop-up raised ceilings, reflecting pool, minimalist landscaping, and linear lines, every aspect of this residence is signature Wexler. Completed in 2016 on a parcel of land that was formerly part of the Frank Sinatra Twin Palms Estate, the home was rotated to a 45-degree angle to optimize views of the San Jacinto Mountains from all vantage points. Other highlights include terrazzo floors, a two-sided gas fireplace in the living/dining area, Thermador appliances, Poggenpohl cabinets, Hansgrohe fixtures, a two car climate controlled garage, and more. Located in the famed Movie Colony neighborhood, this exceptional property is a true work of art, showcasing a timeless quality and aesthetic that will continue to define desert modernism for many years to come.