Cahuilla Hills | Palm Springs
Located in South Palm Springs along the base of Mt. San Jacinto, Cahuilla Hills has some of the most interesting homes in the city. Conveniently located close to many local amenities, this residential neighborhood has a true desert feel and is one of the quietest neighborhoods around.
Homes here range in age from the 1950’s to contemporary builds, with most of them being built since the 1970’s.
Cahuilla Hills is truly a unique community in Palm Spring with amazing views and a serene setting.
Outdoor recreation is almost mandatory in Cahuilla Hills, as hiking trails traverse the mountainside just above the streets. Bighorn sheep are often seen along these trials and up and down the mountainside. If you’re looking for a neighborhood to unwind, unplug and relax in, Cahuilla Hills is for you.
Homes in Cahuilla Hills are on fee land that you would own
If you’re looking for a home or a condo in this area, contact me and I’ll help you find the perfect oasis to call your own. And if you’re interested in selling your home or condo in this area, visit my site for a free home evaluation. Read my blog to find useful information on the greater Palm Springs area. And follow this link to find out more about me.
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Q: What is the hottest month in Palm Desert?
A: July is the warmest month in Palm Desert, with an average high-temperature of 107.2°F (41.8°C) and an average low-temperature of 80.2°F (26.8°C).
Q: What is there to do in Palm Desert today?
A: Top Attractions in Palm Desert: The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, Bump and Grind Trail, El Paseo Shopping District, Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts, Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Visitor Center, The Street Fair at College of the Desert.
Q: Does Southwest fly to Palm Desert?
A: Southwest Airlines starting year-round service to Palm Springs International Airport in 2020. Southwest Airlines will be flying to Palm Springs International Airport in 2020. The airline announced that it intends to start year-round service to both Palm Springs and Miami international airports later this year.
Q: What is the tax rate in Palm Desert?
A: The minimum combined 2020 sales tax rate for Palm Desert, California is 7.75%. This is the total of state, county and city sales tax rates. The California sales tax rate is currently 6%.
Q: How far is Palm Desert from Las Vegas?
A: The distance between Las Vegas and Palm Desert is 184 miles. The road distance is 296.4 miles.
Q: Is Palm Springs California a good place to retire?
A: Palm Springs is the best place to retire for Southern Californians, but it used to be just a second home community. Today more retirees (and others) live in Palm Springs year-round. Baby boomers move out here before retiring, as well as lots of LA buyers who find Palm Springs far more affordable than LA.
Q: What is the windiest month in Palm Springs?
A: Hottest Month July (93 °F avg), Coldest Month December (57 °F avg), Wettest Month February (0.24″ avg), Windiest Month May (9 mph avg).
Q: How far is it from Palm Springs to the ocean?
A: They are all about a two-hour drive from the Palm Springs area (without traffic) depending on where you are staying in the valley. Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, San Clemente, Del Mar, and even La Jolla aren’t that much farther.
Q: Can you drink tap water in Palm Springs?
A: All drinking water provided by CVWD is safe to drink and meets all state and federal standards.
Q: Will Palm Springs run out of water?
A: Palm Springs only gets about 5.5 inches of rain a year, so its water doesn’t come from clouds overhead, for the most part. Since 1973, the area’s water agencies have channeled more than 3.1 million acre-feet of imported water back into the aquifer. And as long as the water has flowed, Palm Springs has flowered.