Little Beverly Hills | Palm Springs

Little Beverly Hills | Palm Springs

The name of this cute, little neighborhood just south of Ramon Road in central Palm Springs gives it away: the streets are named for famous Beverly Hills thoroughfares – Beverly, Canon, Roxbury …

The single-family homes are William Krisel-designed and Alexander-built from the ‘50s, with a few Meiselman homes sprinkled in. This is a true mid-century modern ‘hood. Some homes have been extensively updated and expanded, but there are still some that cry out for remodeling talent.

The neighborhood is unique as it is so close to huge green spaces: Mesquite Country Club and Demuth Park. Views of the mountains are vast, to the west, south and north.

Close to the airport and essential shopping and entertainment (Palm Springs Cultural Center), and just minutes from downtown, Little Beverly Hills is a must-see and must-have in Palm Springs real estate.

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The homes in this neighborhood are sited on fee land that is owned.

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: Where should I stay in Little Beverly Hills?
A: L’Horizon Resort & Spa, Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs Hotel, Holiday House, Colony Palms Hotel, Parker Palm Springs.

Q: How do I get from Little Beverly Hills to Los Angeles?
A: Taking a train is the cheapest way to get from Palm Springs to Los Angeles. Tickets average $23.50, and there are two direct trains per day that will get you into L.A. in about 3 hours and 30 minutes. A nonstop flight would get you there in 1 hour and 10 minutes, but would cost around $300.

Q: How far is Little Beverly Hills from Los Angeles?
A: In any case, it’s the most common way to get to Palm Springs from Los Angeles. Covering the 107 miles (172 kilometers) between the two typically takes about an hour, 40 minutes, unless you’re traveling from the beach cities, which can add on another 20 or 30 minutes.