The Villas Of Old Palm Springs is a charming, gated, luxury cobble stoned Tuscan Village of 47 town homes, built in 2005 and 2006. Some of the homes are attached and some are detached.
The gated Villas offers two pools and three spas, a bocce ball area and a large outdoor BBQ area for entertaining. The complex is located next door to the Palm Springs Museum and two blocks from downtown shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
You own the land and homeowner association fees are only $295 a month.
Prices start in the high $700,000s.
Please contact me today, at the number listed above, to make an appointment to see any of the homes currently for sale here.
Actress Eleanor Parker died in Palm Springs on December 9th, 2013, at the age of 91.
Appearing in more than 80 movies and TV shows, Parker is probably best remembered for her role as the Baroness Schraeder in the 1965 Oscar-winning musical The Sound Of Music.
Her midcentury modern, approximately 2,600 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Palm Springs golf course home is currently on the market with an asking price of $595,000. Please contact me for a personal showing.
To someone who’s never visited the desert, a home or condo with a fireplace may seem odd. Locals, however, know just how cold it can get in Palm Springs, in the winter. The mountains are covered with snow each year and temps can drop into the 20 degrees at night.
Plus, with Christmas just around the corner, where would you hang those stockings without a fireplace?
A few days ago I mentioned one of my new manufactured home listings has a fireplace and how rare that is, here in the desert. A little less rare are condos and townhomes with fireplaces. In fact, there are currently more than 150 condos for sale with fireplaces. Click the link below to view them and then contact me if you would like to see any of them in person.
For under $80,000 you can own a 1/12th fractional share in a modern-style, Palm Springs condo in the heart of town. Monthly homeowner association fees are approximately $350 a month and include maintenance, concierge service and many luxury amenities.
Currently on the market is a 3 bedroom, 3 Bath unit with approximately 2023 square feet.
The complex was originally built in 1963. Following a renovation, it now offers residents the opportunity to combine the convenience of staying in a luxury hotel with the privacy and benefits of owning a second home through fractional ownership. It also offers the cool midcentury style with today’s contemporary updates and elegant finishes.
In the words of the developer, “By purchasing a fraction rather than an entire residence, you are able to flexibly use your property as you like without the headaches or cost of owning a home.”
Contact me today to learn more about this unique and affordable opportunity. I would be happy to show you any of the condos currently for sale.
In Palm Springs, California, luxury living and art appreciation walk hand in hand, from one end of town to the other, and no more so than at The Villas In Old Palm Springs.
Nestled at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, across the street from the Palm Springs Art Museum, these ultra luxury, old-world, Tuscan-style condos are just steps away from one of the finest art collections in the U.S.
It won’t replace a pied-a-terre in Paris, or the Louvre, but it might make a nice edition to your collection of fine international homes that feed your senses and rest your head.
This summer of 2010, there are currently 67 Bank Owned condos on the market in the city of Palm Springs. Prices range from $22,500 to $324,900. Of these, 41 are on fee land, you own it. The 67 Bank Owned condos are in the following communities:
Deauville (Pictured above)
La Siesta Villas
Palm Springs Country Club
Palm Springs Golf and Tennis Club
Palm Springs Villas I and II
Park Imperial North
Ranch Club Estados
Rancho La Paz
Seven Lakes Country Club
Village Racquet Club
It’s official, the long-awaited and highly publicized downtown Palm Springs Port Lawrence modern condo development is becoming a parking lot, instead.
The city announce recently that they’ve taken over the 4-acre site, on the corner of Alejo and North Palm Canyon, and are turning it into a free parking lot, at a cost of $150,000. The lot is expected to be completed in October of 2009.
While Port Lawrence never got off the ground, due to a lack of financing, other new downtown developments like OCEO and Palomino have stalled and are currently selling their remaining, existing inventory at bargain prices. The developmer’s losses are truly the buyers’ gains.