Real Estate in Palm Springs – Non-Golf Communities & Homes For Sale
Mid-century modern homes for sale in Palm Springs experienced a surge in sales beginning in the ’90’s as people bought and restored mid-century modern homes built in the late ’50’s through the 70’s throughout several Palm Springs neighborhoods.
Real estate in Palm Springs is divided into the following areas on the MLS: Palm Springs Central, South, and North. Browse through homes for sale by selecting your Palm Springs community of interest from the list below.
Alta, Palm Springs The Alta community in South Palm Springs features 67 contemporary homes and offers sizes and configurations catering to both the weekend desert-dweller as well as residents requiring substantially more space. The floor plans of Alta range from 2,875 to 4,783 square feet. Floor plans include 3 to 6 bedrooms and 4 or 4 car garages. Recent Alta Home Values: $1.2 to $1.4 million. Recent HOA: $170 Monthly.
Araby Cove, Palm Springs The Araby Cove neighborhood is located in south Palm Springs. Araby Cove is one of Palm Springs earliest neighborhoods with homes built starting in the ‘30’s and ‘40’s and continuing through today. Many Araby Cove homes have been remodeled or rebuilt. Recent Araby Cove Home Values: $500’s to $1.3 million. Araby Cove has no homeowners association and no HOA dues.
Dakota, Palm Springs, a gated community, offers 38 single family homes designed for the discerning homeowner. The Desert Premier Series is behind a separate private gate offering spectacular views with each home situated on oversized lots greater than 6,100 s.f.
These two bedroom plus den, two and one half bath homes feature a clean and contemporary look complimented by the backdrop of the mountains. Each home is equipped with its own pool and spa. Dakota homes feature standard top of the line finishes including Viking appliances, Caesarstone counter tops, Porcelanosa tile, Hans Grohe fixtures, La Cantina bi-fold doors and much more.
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Deepwell, Palm Springs The Deepwell community in Palm Springs today is a neighborhood of an about 369 homes including the 19 Biltmore homes, but not the Biltmore condos. This Deepwell area is a mecca for biking, jogging and dog walking. Many Deepwell homeowners get to know their neighbors or at least their pets through daily walks. The Deepwell Estates Neighborhood Organization sponsors a variety of social happenings and promotes the community good neighborly relationships. Most homes in Deepwell were built from the ‘50’s through 2013. Many have since been remodeled. Recent Deepwell Home Values: $500’s to $1.3 million. No HOA’s.
Desert Park Estates, Palm Springs Located in North Palm Springs, The Desert Park Estates neighborhood is considered to be one of the more affordable Palm Springs neighborhoods. Most Homes in Desert Park Estates were constructed from the ‘60’s through ’04. Desert Park Estates homes range from about 1,100 square feet to 2,600 square feet. Recent Desert Park Estate Values: $200’s to $500’s. No HOA or HOA Dues. There is a Desert Park Estates Neighborhood Association, and membership is voluntary.
El Mirador, Palm Springs The El Mirador Neighborhood of Palm Springs is a varied area of approximately 160 houses located just east of the Desert Regional Medical Center and South of Ruth Hardy Park and The Wellness Park which both over large greenbelts. All El Mirador homes are single story homes. There is no HOA or HOA dues, but the El Mirador neighborhood does have a voluntary community association. Recent El Mirador Home Values: $400’s to $1.2 million.
Parc Andreas, Palm Springs The gated Parc Andreas community in South Palm Springs features approximately 80 newer private homes, with most developed from ’91 through 2000. The community offers two tennis courts and neighborhood roads for walking or biking. Hiking trails are located adjacent to Parc Andreas. Recent Parc Andreas Home Values: $500’s to $1.9 million. Recent HOA’s: $120 Monthly. Parc Andreas is located on leased land with recent annual lease payment of $4254.
The Mesa, Palm Springs You'll find a blend of old Palm Springs and new modernist visions of desert living at The Mesa. One can find just about every Palm Springs architectural style in this eclectic mountainside neighborhood. Recent Values: $700's to $14 million. No gates and no HOA's.
Murano, Palm Springs. Murano is a new community of 42 homes in Palm Springs. Offering 8 floor plans, ranging from approximately 2,188 to 2,326 square feet of living space. An additional 354 square feet has been allocated for a detached guest house that is standard on most Palette 2's. Each home features a pool, spa, and numerous top-of-the-line amenities. Everything has been thoughtfully selected to take the Murano home to the next level in style and comfort. No HOA.
Oceo, Palm Springs features flowing living spaces with the desert landscape of Palm Springs in modern, solar powered homes. 9 Courtyard homes, 2,600 square feet, each with private pool and spa. 25 Townhomes range from 1,800 to 2,079 square feet, each with s private pool. HOA’s of $392 include water and maintenance.
Racquet Club Estates, Palm Springs The Racquet Club Estates neighborhood is Palm Springs largest community of midcentury modern homes. About 550 single-family residents are located within the community. Many were designed by noted architect William Krisel and built by the famed Alexander Construction Company. Other Racquet Club Estates homes include The Meiselman and Wexler designs. Instead of an HOA, Racquet Club Estates boast a voluntary neighborhood association. Recently Racquet Club Estates Home Values: $200’s to $700’s. Fee land with no land leases.
Ruth Hardy Park & The Movie Colony, Palm Springs Ruth Hardy Park is both a city Park and a neighborhood in Central Palm Springs; it is a good walking neighborhood with homes developed from 1935 to ’04. No HOA’s. Recent Values: $300's to $1.5 million. The Movie Colony is located just across Palm Canyon Drive from the Old Las Palmas neighborhood and close to the center of town. No HOA"s. Recent Values: $500,000 to $2 million.
Sunrise Park, Palm Springs Modern and Ranch Style homes built starting in the 1950's and continuing to '07. No HOA's. $300's to $800's.
Twin Palms, Palm Springs The Twin Palms community holds an important place in Palm Springs history. Twin Palms was the first midcentury modern development built by the Alexanders. It was also the first tract home development in the desert. Twin Palms popularity gave birth to Palm Springs first major housing boom and forever changed the housing landscape. Alexander style homes in Twin Palms are noted for their open carports, clerestory windows, exposed concrete block, open breezeways, and their biggest design feature–butterfly roofs. In the ‘60’s contemporary Spanish design came to Twin Palms, and today you’ll discover a mix of midcentury modern and Spanish. There are no HOA’s with Twin Palms. Instead, The Twin Palms Neighborhood Association is a voluntary neighborhood organization. Most Twin Palms homes were built from the ‘60’s through ’04, and there is a mix on new construction home today. Many early build homes have been remodeled or rebuilt. Recent Twin Palms Home Values: $200’s to $500’s
Warm Sands, Palm Springs The Warm Sands Neighborhood Organization (voluntary) calls their Warm Sands neighborhood ‘the most cosmopolitan neighborhood in Palm Springs.’ Located just south of Ramon Road, the Warm Sands area is walking distance to shopping, entertainment, and dining. Development in Warm Sands began in the 1920’s long before The City of Palm Springs incorporated way back in 1938. Today you’ll discover a mix of homes developed from the ‘20’s through today. Recent Warm Sands Home Values: $300’s to $1.2 million. No HOA’s.