Racquet Club Estates Homes For Sale

It comes as no surprise that this Palm Springs neighborhood derives its name from the famous tennis club. While initially Racquet Club Estates homes for sale were built for vacationing club members, today these houses make excellent single-family homes in a desirable part of the city. A short distance from the bustling downtown core, top amenities, and excellent schools, this community has a lot to offer residents of any walk of life.

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Racquet Club Estates Homes For Sale

Luxury Racquet Club Estates Home For SaleOf the 550 single-family residences in the neighborhood, approximately 350 of those were constructed by the Alexander Construction Company in 1959 and 1960. These houses make up the largest cluster of mid-century modern homes that Alexander developed. They are characterized by floorplans around 1,200 square feet, floor-to-ceiling windows, and elevated ceilings for a big indoor feel.

Since their initial construction more than fifty years ago, many Racquet Club Estates homes for sale have been the site of renovation. As such, you'll find touches where the historic and the modern meet. Wood burning fire places in the living room provide a subtle hat-tip to the home's original construction date while updated kitchens with seemingly endless granite countertops, gas range stovetops, and trendy cupboards keep the most functional spaces in the house up to date.

In the north end of this neighborhood, you'll find homes that belong to gated communities like the ones on Sundance Circle or Park San Rafael. Low walls and thick hedges give the streets the benefit of privacy. Properties in these neighborhoods vary from the pattern of mid-century modern homes that make up the surrounding blocks, but they are no less appealing with their red tile roofs, outdoor swimming pools, and treed lots.

Amenities Near Racquet Club Estates Homes

While the original Racquet Club where the stars came to play tennis has since retired, residents of Racquet Club Estates homes are still not lacking for things to do. Less than five minutes away by car, you'll find a pocket of local amenities on the intersection of East Vista Chino and Sunrise Way. There, you'll find box stores, quick eats, and daily conveniences.

A short drive south with take you to the heart of the action in Palm Springs: Downtown. Along Palm Canyons Drive, you'll find fun for the whole family. From delicious places to dine, to unique boutiques, to the movie theater, there is plenty to explore in this vibrant part of the city.

At the very center of the neighborhood, you'll find Vista Del Monte Elementary School and Victoria Park. The eight acre greenspace is populated with sheltered picnic areas, volleyball courts, and playground structures. Because of the ideal location of these amenities, parents with school-aged children will find that the journey to school is never more than a few minutes away.

To learn more about whether or not a Racquet Club Estates home is for you, contact me. As an expert on the Palm Springs real estate scene, I know that no two homes are the same, and no two homebuyers are the same either. He'll dedicate his time and effort to help you find the home that fits your unique needs.