Architect Stan Sackley's work is synonymous with the transitional period from the Mid-Century genre to what has become known as Desert Modern. His hallmarks update the classic indoor/outdoor exchange with volume ceilings and soaring walls of glass to drink in the views, spacious rooms that open to each other with minimal interruption, and doors as tall as the ceilings. This home may be his best work yet, sited on a raised knoll in the very popular Vista Las Palmas neighborhood on a .43 acre parcel. Custom iron gates welcome you into the entry courtyard beyond which glass doors reveal the grand living room with fireplace and the mountains beyond. The adjacent den/library contains a wet bar with 2 wine refrigerators and additional access to the pool and spa. The giant kitchen/family room is a crisp black and white motif with slab granite counter tops and built in appliances. The adjacent formal dining room flows effortlessly to the public rooms, all featuring Carrara marble flooring. There are enormous dual primary suites on opposite ends of the home as well as a spacious guest suite. Outdoors is a large pool & spa and the roof sports a 20+ Kw owned solar system.