Spanish Homes for Sale in Palm Springs

A winter retreat for wealthy industrialists and Hollywood celebrities since the 1920's, Palm Springs has some of the best examples of Spanish architecture in Southern California. These homes are known for their classic terracotta roofs, white stucco exteriors, and wrought iron fencing, making them some of the most timeless properties in Palm Springs. But their beautiful exteriors aren't the only thing that attracts homebuyers to Spanish homes for sale in Palm Sprigs. The interiors have gorgeous archways, wood and Saltillo tile floors, and hand painted tiles, which create a unique and warm interior atmosphere that impress buyers from the moment they step inside. [Read More...]

Spanish-style Homes in Palm Springs


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Discover Spanish Colonial Real Estate in Palm Springs

There is nothing more beautiful than the incredible Spanish-style homes for sale in Palm Springs, or Spanish Colonial style as they are sometimes referred. Their architecture is simply timeless and blends perfectly with the desert landscape. These homes typically have terracotta roof tiles and stone chimneys, which stand out at first glance. They are built typically with either stucco or adobe exteriors. The best part about these materials is that they transfer temperature slowly, which is extremely important, especially in the desert. These materials make the homes environmentally friendly because they stay cooler in the summer than the typical mid-century modern home in Palm Springs and Spanish homes stay warmer in the winter. Not only is this great for the environment, but for you wallet as well.

One of the many attractive features of Spanish homes in the Palm Springs area is that they usually nestled in mature landscaping. Nearly all of the Spanish homes in Palm Springs are over 80 years old and their yards we planted at the time of construction. It's not unusual to find olive trees, ocotillo plants and cacti that are as old as the houses they are situated next to.  

You can find Spanish homes in various neighborhoods around Palm Springs, though there is a large concentration of them in the following communities:


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Palm Springs Lifestyle and Amenities

Horseback riding is one of the most popular things to do in the city of Palm Springs. Smoke Tree Stables is one of many places where you can head out on the trails with professional guides. With more than 150 miles of trails to explore, you can get away from everything as you head out to the Agua Caliente Indian Canyons.

For the climb of a lifetime, check out the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. There, you can climb more than 8,000 feet into the San Jacinto Mountains by tram. It is safe and exciting, so don’t forget to bring your camera when you make your way up on the world’s largest rotating tram car. At the very top, you can shop, dine, and enjoy observation decks and a multitude of hiking trails.

Do you love history and airplanes? Check out the Palm Springs Air Museum right next to the Palm Springs International Airport. There, you’ll find vintage airplanes from various wars, including the Vietnam War and World War Two. Run by volunteers, this is a great place to bring those who want to learn more about planes and their evolution throughout the years.

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