The city of Palm Springs is well known as the mid-century modern mecca of the desert. Buildings in the city bear the trademarks of Modernism: clean lines, white surfaces, open-floor plans, and single-level designs. The building style was driven by the Alexander Construction Company and renowned architects Palmer & Krisel. Today, the city is rife with homes built in this style, but the neighborhood of Twin Palms is where it all started. Explore this south Palm Springs community in detail. This highly desirable luxury neighborhood offers its residents convenient living close to the heart of the city, premier golfing, and hiking opportunities.
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Explore Twin Palms Real Estate
Twin Palms real estate resides on streets that draw their names from their surroundings. Apache Road and Navajo Drive take their names from the Native American tribes that first populated the area while Joshua Tree Place and Yuca Place derive their names from local flora. The neighborhood itself takes its name from the two palm trees that were planted in the yard of each home when the development was first built.
This historic Palm Springs neighborhood is known for being the first mid-century modern tract development in the desert. At the time when it was built, it was unlike anything else in Palm Springs. Butterfly roofs, an innovative design, and an unparalleled sense of style gave these homes a luxury spin, yet because they were built in a tract development, prices were affordable to the average buyer. The success of this development went on to inspire similar ones across the city until the Modernist building style overtook the area.
The historic appeal of these homes means that many of the original 1960s houses have been carefully preserved, and for the most part, are as handsome today as they were more than 50 years ago. These properties are highly sought after and often sell for as low as $500,000 to beyond $800,000.
The western segment of Twin Palms is dedicated to a cozy community of manufactured homes. This region can be a fantastic space for first-time buyers who are looking for a more affordable investment opportunity close to the heart of Palm Springs.
The newest constructions in this neighborhood belong to a single street that was redeveloped and is now known as 18 @ Twin Palms. Completed in 2016, this collection of 18 adjacent homes feature the finest in Modern design inspired by the historic homes that surround it. Enjoy open spaces, bright interiors, clean white surfaces, a back yard pool, and every contemporary comfort.
Amenities Near Twin Palms Homes For Sale
Located in south Palm Springs in the valley between the San Jacinto and the Santa Rosa Mountains, Twin Palms homes for sale are sheltered from the strong winds characteristic of northern Palm Springs, so that residents can make the most of the incredible weather in Southern California.
Twin Palms is also ideally located near every convenience in the city. Downtown Palm Springs is ten minutes away. There, you'll find a wide variety of art galleries featuring the works of local talents. Restaurants, bars, and a casino mean that you can enjoy a fun night out on the town, and a collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques ensure a fun afternoon of shopping.
If you love to hike, South Palm Springs is home to the starting points of some of the best hikes in the area. These include:
Desert Park Riders Trail
Earl Henderson Trail
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