Deepwell is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Palm Springs, so you can expect to find tons of mid-century modern homes here.
Like Old Las Palmas, Deepwell was established in the 1920s—at the dawn of the mid-century trend.
Despite its unusual history, this neighborhood has attracted celebrities, like Richard Burton, for its luxurious homes.
The community has a wide selection of properties on the market, but many of them are high-end mid-century modern homes that sell for over $1 million, making them some of the most exclusive in the city.
These homes give the neighborhood tons of charm and character with their white washed exteriors and small pops of color.
Sunmor is located next to Palm Spring International Airport in the central city. Although a community located next to an airport seems like an unlikely spot to find some of the most beautiful homes in the city, this is not the case for Palm Springs.
This is because much of the real estate in Sunmor was developed in the late 50s, early 60s—the peak of the mid-century modern fad.
Mid-century modern homes in Sunmor emphasize the outdoor element more than the homes in any other community. This specific area boasts a desert landscape that's so gorgeous, it simply must be incorporated into the homes.
The most popular streets to find these homes include N Farrell Drive, E Andreas Road, and E Plaimor Avenue.