A home that once belonged to Palm Springs mayor Florian Boyd is up for sale for $2.395 million.
Since I know what you’re asking, Boyd was the sixth mayor of Palm Springs. He served as mayor from 1953 to 1957 – a period that saw the Albert Frey city hall open up. Frey also renovated Boyd’s home in the 1950s (the house was originally built in 1940).
The home, on West Via Lola, is 3,260 square feet, with four bedrooms and 3.75 baths, according to the LA Times. The grounds of the residence include a fire pit, pool, spa, and plenty of mountain views.
You can check out the home’s Zillow listing here.