Demuth Park | Palm Springs

Demuth Park | Palm Springs

One of the last affordable neighborhoods in Palm Springs, Demuth Park is named after and located next to the largest park in Palm Springs. With homes ranging in age from the mid-1940’s to contemporary builds, this neighborhood has something to please every taste.

And it’s located in South Palm Springs, so wind is much less of an issue than it is in the neighborhoods in North Palm Springs.

Demuth Park is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor activities. Walking paths, running trails and golf courses are all located close by. And amenities such as grocery stores, shopping malls and large hardware stores are all located within a five minute drive.

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Homes in this neighborhood range in price from the mid-$300,000’s for a fixer to over $800,000 for a contemporary, mid-century inspired home.

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: How far is Demuth Park from Los Angeles?
A: In any case, it’s the most common way to get to Los Angeles from Demuth Park. Covering about 100 miles (165 kilometers) typically takes about an hour, 40 minutes, unless you’re traveling from the beach cities, which can add on another 20 or 30 minutes.

Q: Is Palm Springs good for retirement?
A: The Palm Springs area offers active adults the ideal climate, location, and lifestyle for retirement. When compared to other cities in California like Los Angeles and San Francisco’s expensive real estate, it’s no wonder why so many retirees choose the Palm Springs area as their ideal retirement destination.

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.