Nancy Sinatra is playing on the record machine, there’s half a can of hairspray holding her chignon in place, the sound of kitten heels echo as she walks out of the kitchen with a fresh Martini in hand, swaying her hips in those tight, brightly patterned capri pants, heading outside where she lights a cigarette and gestures to the pool boy, making eyes at him through her red cat-eye shades. This is the type of character I imagine owning a house like this; a magnificent mid-century modern home in Dallas, Texas that just came on the market, designed and built by the famed Gordon Nichols in the 1950s. So, how do you take your Martini?
It’s currently on the market for $665,000. Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t include the pink Cadillac.
“The kitchen…is just wow featuring the original cabinetry, vintage pink appliances and Formica counters.”
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