Sunmor | Palm Springs
Funky street names enhance the mid-century appeal of the Sunmor neighborhood. This historic neighborhood is made up of Meiselmann/Alexander style homes from the ‘50s, with their classic post-and-beam architecture, floor-to-ceiling windows, and open floor plans. Large lots with mature palm, olive, and citrus trees exclaim, “Southern California living!” Many homes have been extensively remodeled to include twenty-first century finishes, but the original look is still unmistakably mid-century. The neighborhood amenities couldn’t be better: lots of nearby green space, including a terrific dog park (really more of a people-with-their-dogs park), the Palm Springs Cultural Center – a wonderful entertainment venue, the airport and civic center, and a new Palm Springs campus for the College of the Desert. Across Farrell Drive sits a similar neighborhood, Sunrise Park. Homes in both neighborhoods are trendy and go fast in the Palm Springs real estate market.
Sunmor homes are located on fee land that is owned.
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