The Charles Farrell Residence (1934), located in the historic Movie Colony neighborhood, was the scenic venue of a late afternoon garden party hosted by the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation and Iconic Palm Springs Vacation Rentals. The event celebrated the completion of the renovation of this marvelous example of Spanish eclectic architecture. Guests who attended PSPF's March 2012 Desert Spanish Weekend saw this property while renovations were still underway.
Guests walked the grounds and toured the main house, the guest quarters and casita. Light hors d'oeuvres, champagne and wine were served. Guests also received a copy of PSPF's 2012 tribute journal Desert Spanish: The Early Architecture of Palm Springs.