In 1945, Albert Frey, with partner John Porter Clark, completed a unique subdivision of affordable housing in Palm Springs called Bel Vista War Housing. Bel Vista, conceived as an affordable housing tract, was built specifically for War workers and persons in the middle-income bracket desiring to own a home in Palm Springs. The subdivision of 15 homes was the first subdivision in Palm Springs to feature modern-architecture and was the only Frey housing tract. These homes incorporated Frey's principles of modern design which provided a comfortable, harmonious indoor/outdoor living experience but built with a more moderate budget for the time. 1127 N Calle Rolph has 1,800 sqft with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and has been thoughtfully refurbished with a host of upgrades to keep the homes original integrity. Huge living room with an Eames era orange fireplace, floor to ceiling glass frame the south and east walls which flood the home with natural light as well as blend the indoor/outdoor living spaces. Updates include a renovated kitchen quartz counters, freshly tiled bathroom showers, and an owned 33 panel solar system (there is also a natural gas-powered backup generator). The home has received excellent care and all mechanicals have been enhanced and updated. Sparkling pool with fantastic western mountain views. Spa was added in 2020. Tesla charging port. Landscaping is spectacular with mature drought tolerant cactus, succulents, and fruit trees.