This is like deja vu all over again. For the second time in as many months, architect Leo Marmol is giving his three-bedroom Desert Hot Springs home yet another pricechop. When it went on the market in January, it was listed at an optimistic $1.85 million. Fast forward to March and it was chopped 20 percent, to a more reasonable (though still very, very high given its location) $1.5 million. Today's chop? Another 10 percent, at $1.35 million. How low can it go? Place your bets now, folks.
· The Desert House [Architectureforsale.com]
· Pricechopper: Architect Marmol's Desert Hot Springs Home Cut! [Curbed LA]
· Architect Marmol Lists His Desert Hot Springs Home [Curbed LA]