Sunmor Palm Springs is a unique spot that mixes modern vibes with a relaxed retro feel. Located in the heart of Palm Springs, this neighborhood is lively with its mid-century homes. Walking around the shady streets and enjoying the sunny vibes will make you fall in love with the architecture and casual sense of the estates. SUNMOR is a popular destination for those seeking a modern escape or a mid-century masterpiece. How? Well, keep reading to know!

Palm Spring Real Estate Market Watch

As of February 2024, the median sales price of homes in Palm Springs was $850,000. Real estate data changes frequently. If you are interested in Palm Springs property, contact us!

3 Reasons Sunmor Palm Springs Is Known To Be A Modern Escape or Mid-Century…

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 Palm Springs is a destination that has captivated people from across the US. With its year-round sunshine, unique landscapes, and vibrant culture, it's no wonder that this city is a tourist hotspot. But beyond the glitz and glamor of its famous resorts, Palm Springs is also rich in history and landmarks! Keep reading to learn about some famous historical landmarks in Palm Springs!

Palm Springs Real Estate Market Watch

As of November 2023, the median list price of homes in Palm Springs was $896,000. However, real estate trends can change quickly. Contact Geoffrey Moore for help buying and selling homes in the Palm Springs area.

5 Famous Historical Landmarks in Palm Springs

1. Cornelia White House Museum

221 S Palm Canyon Dr

Step into the…

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Palm Springs has a history of celebrity culture. With its proximity to the Los Angeles area, many celebrities consider it a nice getaway from Hollywood. The weather is nice and it's only a couple hours from the nation's showbiz capital. There is also a strong tradition of Spanish-style homes in Palm Springs.

If you are in the city, checking out some of the celebrity homes can be a fun way to spend some time. Read this post to learn about some Spanish-style celebrity homes in Palm Springs.

Celebrity Spanish-Style Homes in Palm Springs

Villa Carmelita

210 Camino Carmelita

Villa Carmelita is a Spanish-style luxury house once home to the music duo Sonny & Cher. It is a 5-bedroom home with a swimming pool and fireplaces. The pool is in a…

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Palm Springs may be known for its amazing golf courses and tropical weather, but it's even better known for its mid-century modern architecture. 

The city is brimming with these beautiful mid-century modern homes, which gives the area an aesthetically pleasing, unique style..

You know you're looking at a mid-century modern home if it's built with three prominent characteristics, the first being minimalism.

These homes have sleek lines and simple designs that prioritize functionality over everything else. Nothing about the architecture of these homes is superfluous.

The next characteristic is an emphasis on nature. And what better place to bring nature into the home than in Palm Springs? Most of these homes have large floor-to-ceiling windows…

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Calling all art lovers! Next weekend sees the arrival of Intersect Palm Springs, an annual exhibition which combines curated collections of modern and contemporary art in a series of exhibitions beginning next Friday, February 10 and running for three days until Sunday, February 13.

This year sees the tenth anniversary of the festival ever since its inception in 2012, then called Art Palm Springs. Located in the Palm Springs Exhibition Center in Downtown Palm Springs and featuring multiple exhibitions, curated spaces, talks and other events, Intersect Palm Springs allows residents and tourists to enjoy. 

This Year's Curated Spaces

Intersect Palm Springs features two main curated spaces this year, Good Vibrations and ZZYZX Redux. With a theme of…

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view of palm springs, california from simonetta kennett viewpoint

OK, it’s not really invisible.

But it is a map that won’t appear on Google Maps or your nav system. And it is a map you’ll want to refer to when looking for Palm Springs real estate.
We’re talking about a map indicating where the fee simple and lease land is in Palm Springs and the surrounding area. People searching for homes to buy in Palm Springs may be unfamiliar with the concept, that is, the difference between fee simple (or just plain “fee”) and lease land because they come from someplace with only fee land.

And it’s confusing because fee land sounds like you have to pay a “fee.” But it’s lease land where you need to make a (usually) monthly payment, basically like rent, because you don’t own the land your home sits on; you lease it. 

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View of Palm Springs

Palm Springs has a whole host of museums for history buffs and those who love learning while being entertained. Museums in Palm Springs are a great mix of this town’s rich cultural heritage in the area and its diverse artistic scene today. So, without further ado, here are a few museums waiting for you to explore in Palm Springs. 

Palm Springs Art Museum

Aptly located on Museum Drive in the Downtown Palm Springs area, the Palm Springs Art Museum has many permanent exhibits that change every few months, so there’s always something new to discover here. 

From paintings and sculptures to more abstract exhibitions such as glass, the Palm Springs Art Museum is a great way to spend the day appreciating everything it offers.

Since its…

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Due to its proximity to Hollywood, Palm Springs has been tied to the culture of Tinseltown even before this oasis town was incorporated in 1938.

Much of this was due to the “two-hour” rule, a famous rule in many actors’ contracts that they could live no more than two hours away from the movie set they were working on. 

Thus, Palm Springs became a haven for some of the biggest names in the business, as this beautiful town was and remains an ideal combination of perfect weather, exquisite nightlife, and so much to do year-round. 

For your reading pleasure, we’ve gathered the best connections to Old Hollywood’s history in Palm Springs.

Frank Sinatra’s Unique Party Alert

Frank Sinatra was known for hosting some of the most lavish parties in…

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Palm trees are a quintessential part of the Palm Springs aesthetic, with hundreds lining any street in this popular town. Palm trees are thirsty plants, so they can only survive in an oasis — making Palm Springs the perfect area for these trees to thrive.
While it may seem like this California town got its name from the presence of these trees, this is not the case.
The name originally came from Spanish explorers who named the area La Palma de la Mano de Dios (The Palm of God’s Hand), so it’s entirely coincidental that this area also came to be a perfect place for palm trees to grow.
In this post, we’ll be looking at some of the most popular types of palm trees that make Palm Springs such an exotic place to live.

Fan Palm Trees in Palm Springs

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View of Palm Springs sign

Palm Springs is so synonymous with Hollywood and celebrity life that stars have flooded this oasis town since before it was even incorporated as a city in 1938. 

With its many golf courses, ideal climate and proximity to Hollywood, many celebrities have enjoyed taking time in this relaxing scenic town in the shadow of the San Jacinto Mountains.

Considering that, we’ll look at the many celebrities calling Palm Springs home.

What Celebrities Have Had Palm Springs Homes?

The connection Palm Springs has had to Hollywood began in the 1920s when movie stars such as Janet Gaynor and Charlie Farrell started to realize that this idyllic haven was a welcome retreat from the prying eyes and media frenzy of Tinseltown.

Once Greta Garbo, Robert…

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