James McNaughton's premiere architectural masterpiece sits in unadulterated pristine condition on the most coveted street in the Little Tuscany colony of Palm Springs. Built in 1967 for an heir of the Lipton tea estate, this home stands, like a snapshot of time. McNaughton's unique and eclectic vision is fully realized in this home that perfectly balances design and function. His adept utilization of the Palladian, Hollywood Regency, and Neoclassical styles elevate the architecture beyond place and time yet settles it comfortably in the present as a functionally intuitive structure. In short this house just makes sense. Perched above the valley floor in Little Tuscany the views are unparalleled and unfettered. Privacy abounds yet a short pleasant walk brings you to the center of the village. This truly is paradise found.