Even though the Old Las Palmas neighborhood of Palm Springs is often referred to as the Beverly Hills of the desert, you don’t necessarily need deep pockets to live here. If you’re a midcentury modern home enthusiast – and who in Palm Springs isn’t – you’ll find some of the best examples of the popular architectural style in Old Las Palmas. And that includes midcentury modern condos, at a fraction of the cost of the many luxury estates just down the street. Four of the most desirable condo subdivisions in this neighborhood are:
La Siesta Villas (1965-You own the land)
Merito Manor (1961-Fee Land)
Pompei De Las Palmas (1966-Fee Land)
Villa De Las Palmas (1968, Fee Land, pictured above)
Villa Hermosa (Designed by Albert Frey in the 1940s as apartments, remodeled and converted to condos in 2003).
To own one of these coveted units (all located on fee land – no lease), you’ll have to act fast, since they rarely come on the market for sale. If you’d like to know more about any of these three developments, or if you would like to be notified the next time one becomes available, please contact me at the number above.