The seventeen neighborhoods in South Palm Springs include some of the newest Palm Springs Home communities, especially in the Andreas Hills neighborhood and the Indian Canyons. South Palm Springs Homes with the best positioning are sited to take advantage of the majestic views of both the San Jacinto and the Santa Rosa Mountains. In addition, the Mesquite Golf & Country Club, the Canyon Country Club and the Indian Canyons Golf Resort have golf courses which weave through the communities of South Palm Springs homes forming wonderful green vistas across the courses.
Three of the South Palm Springs neighborhoods I want to highlight are The Mesa, Deepwell Estates, and the Indian Canyons.
The Mesa is home today to Barry Manilow, Suzanne Sommers and Riff Markowitz - the Palm Springs Follies man. Homes in the Mesa are an eclectic mix of many home types including Santa Barbara, Desert Modern, Palm Springs Bungalows and Vintage Palm Springs styles.
Deepwell Estates. Deepwell, reportedly named for the ’deep well’ drilled in the late twenties by scientist Henry Pearson, today is a neighborhood considered highly desirable by Palm Springs Home Buyers given its attractive mix of property types and architectural styles, including newer and historic properties, and a number with star-studded prior ownership pedigree. One good friend of mine who purchased a home in Deepwell Estates on Driftwood Street recently was attracted to Deepwell by its narrower, more pedestrian-friendly streets and clear feeling this neighborhood was mature and comfortable.
The Indian Canyons are known for the Canyon Country Club and Indian Canyons Golf Resorts. The Aqua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians lands’ encompass the southern end of Palm Springs bounded by the famed Indian Canyons and original massive Palm Oasis’. The Indian Canyons neighborhood has many authentic Palm Springs Mid-Century Modern Homes which were built in the 1960’s e.g., Canyon View Estates designed by William Krisel AIA, built in 1963.
Geographically, South Palm Springs boundaries are defined by these natural landmarks and streets:
The seventeen neighborhoods forming South Palm Springs are:
Each of these neighborhoods has a unique setting and character given the specific neighborhood’s geographic location, the street grid and the neighborhoods’ distinctive homes.
Palm Springs City HallFor an interactive map showing each of the individual officially designated City of Palm Springs Neighborhoods, please click: Palm Springs Neighborhoods Map.
If you are considering a Palm Springs Home, learning about these neighborhoods will be an important part of building your understanding of the Palm Springs Homes market. One of the best ways to navigate through these neighborhoods is with a skilled Realtor who can match your specific preferences with the right neighborhood and the right Palm Springs Home.
It would be my great pleasure to work with you as your Buyer’s Representative in finding your ‘right’ Palm Springs Home.