Palm Springs Neighborhood Map
Chino Canyon : At the base of the mountain near the aerial tramway and among large boulders, these home have sweeping views and private lots.
Vista Las Palmas: Between Old Las Palmas and the mountains, this enclave features homes mostly built in the 50’s and 60’s with great mid-century architecture.
Old Las Palmas: Estate-sized lots, most fully enclosed as private compounds, some of Palm Springs largest and oldest estates are located here.
Movie Colony: This area adjacent to downtown includes large, gated residences, as well as many homes built in the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s.
Movie Colony East: Near Desert Regional Hospital, this area is a mix of large estates and homes built in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s, all within walking distance to Ruth Hardy Park.
Victoria Park/Racquet Club Estates: Mid-century modern neighborhood contains homes built by both the Alexander and Mieselman construction companies.
Desert Park Estates: This unique neighborhood boasts many different architectural styles with homes built in the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s as well as a few new homes.
El Rancho Vista Estates: Mid-century neighborhood with unique floor plans, roof lines and views, and boasts many homes that were designed by Donald Wexler.
Twin Palms: The south side of East Palm Canyon Drive just after the curve, this neighborhood contains classic mid-century homes as well as homes built in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.
Tennis Club: Just west of downtown, this small neighborhood is home to many of the city's small hotels, as well as many private residences and, of course, the famed Tennis Club itself.
Warm Sands: Adjacent to downtown, this eclectic neighborhood features bungalows, mid-century homes, Spanish villas, and small hotels.
Los Compadres: Near the Tahquitz Creek Golf Course, this area was primarily developed in the 1970’s and offers a suburban feeling with uniform streets and sidewalks.
Deepwell: Larger homes built in the 50’s and 60’s, this neighborhood is highly desirable for its organized streets and varied architecture styles.
Mesa/Cahuilla Hills: Along the hillside just south of downtown, these unique neighborhoods hug the hills and offer great views and private settings among winding streets.
Canyon North/South: Contemporary homes surrounding a golf course, featuring a clubhouse and golf course views.
Araby: A hidden cove on the south end of Palm Springs, this neighborhood has a few meandering streets up the hillside with incredible valley views.
Parc Andreas: Newer, view-oriented homes in the south canyons. Gate guarded, uniform, and highly desirable.
Andreas Hills: This area is deep in the south canyons of Palm Springs with excellent views and stunning homes.
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