Las Palmas | Palm Springs
Las Palmas, which is one of the most prestigious neighborhoods of Palm Springs. Las Palmas is a quiet and peaceful neighborhood famous for celebrity estates, an area often called the “Beverly Hills of Palm Springs.” This ultra-spacious midcentury modern styled Palm Springs vacation home offers a rare combination of the charm and character of yesteryear and great upscale features expected by upscale travelers.
Featuring captivating panoramic mountain views, this backyard is certain to take your breath away with palm trees, lush landscaping and that resort feel you have been searching for.
The swimming pool is sparkling and ready for your arrival. 8 lounge chairs in a perfect line are provided for guest use, along with a large detached spa for nighttime enjoyment.
Work on your short game while enjoying the 3 hole putting green, or challenge your friends to a life-size game of chess.
Conveniently located from downtown Palm Springs shops, restaurants, public and private golf courses, art galleries, casinos and nightlife. Palm Springs area activities include world class golf, Las Vegas-style casinos, swimming, hiking, botanical gardens, desert landscape parks, Knott’s water theme park, aerial tram, tennis, gyms, horseback riding, shopping, and fine dining.
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.
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Q: Which celebrities live in Palm Springs?
A: Celebrities in Palm Springs are Leonardo DiCaprio’s home in Palm Springs. Hands down Leo is the most famous star to own property in Palm Springs today. President Obama & Family. The Kardashian family’s Palm Springs compound. Suzanne Somers’ Palm Springs home.
Q: Why is crime so high in Palm Springs?
A: Palm Springs police attributed the rise in crime to a combination of factors but said the most influential was the city’s role as a tourism destination, which attracts both visitors and thieves. Millions of tourists come to the city to relax, and criminals know this offers lots of cash-rich “easy targets,” said Sgt.
Q: What is the nicest area of Palm Springs?
A: The neighborhoods of Indian Canyons, The Mesa, Vista Las Palmas, Las Palmas, The Movie Colony, The Tennis Club, and Twin Palms are all nice neighborhoods. Palm Springs is where you will find the Indian Canyons for great hiking and sightseeing as well as the tram going up to Mount San Jacinto.