Historic Tennis Club Real Estate
The prestigious Palm Springs neighborhood of Historic Tennis Club is located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains just steps from the city's downtown core. As the name indicates, this affluent neighborhood was one of the earliest to form. The community takes its name from the world-class Palm Springs Tennis Club that was developed by Pearl McCallum McManus, which opened when the community was still young in 1940. [Read more...]
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This neighborhood is popular among buyers who love to enjoy everything Palm Springs has to offer. Walk or bike to the heart of the city, or step out into the startlingly beautiful desert landscape to the west of this neighborhood. Residents of Historic Tennis Club will find that there are no shortage of ways to enjoy this fine community.
Today, the Historic Tennis Club real estate market is made up of 240 single-family houses, numerous townhomes and condos, as well as twenty-five hotels. Many of the houses that fall within this neighborhood constitute some of the most expensive properties on the Palm Springs real estate market. Buyers who are interested in investing in a luxury property will find that there are many options in Historic Tennis Club.
At the upper-most end of the market, you can find multi-million dollar properties designed by famed architects. Unfolding over thousands of square feet, these homes offer the finest in luxury living. Many examples of fine construction date back to the 1930s and 40s when the neighborhood was first developed. This means that there are plenty of mid-century modern homes in this area.
Impressive Spanish-style haciendas wrap around pools and feature as many as ten bedrooms, making these properties the perfect place to host friends or family. Recent construction can also be found in this charming neighborhood. Some estates feature cutting-edge technology and designs and were constructed within the past year.
There are also a number of townhomes and condominiums on the market. These can boast private courtyards and floor plans as large as 2,000+ square feet. Many homes in Historic Tennis Club brag handsome pools where residents can enjoy their leisure time.
Amenities Near Historic Tennis Club Homes For Sale
Historic Tennis Club homes for sale offer buyers one of the best locations within the city of Palm Springs. Residents will find that they are within walking or biking distance to all of Palm Spring's finest attractions. Situated west of the downtown core, home buyers have easy access to an excellent range of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. The downtown core is also the home of a high concentration of art galleries, local boutiques, and cafés.
The area is known for having one of the first churches in the city, which opened in 1936. Other neighborhood amenities include:
- Palm Springs Tennis Club
- Palm Springs Art Museum
- Desert Ensemble Theatre Company
Those who love to hike will find that this neighborhood marks the start of the Skyline Trail and North Lykken Trailhead. As such, residents have plenty of opportunities to explore the surrounding desertscape, photograph the natural world around them, and enjoy spectacular views of the mountains.
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