Palm Springs Home

Palm Springs is located in the Sonoran Desert and is bordered by the San Bernardino Mountains to the north, the Santa Rosa mountains to the south, the San Jacinto Mountains to the west, and the Little San Bernardino Mountains to the east. Those who own a Palm Springs home enjoy incredibly mild winters with lows of about 50 degrees in the evening and highs sometimes reaching the 80s during the day. The flora and fauna that fill the area are unique for those not familiar with the desert, and the California Fan Palm is notable because it is the United State’s largest native palm and the only palm native to the western states.

Home in Palm Springs

Those with an interest in Palm Springs golf real estate will find plenty of homes near the golf course, but there are many other things to love about owning a Palm Springs home. Arts and culture is big part of the area, and Palm Springs host a number of festivals each year. The Palm Springs International Film Festival and the “ShortFest” which features short films instead of feature length ones are popular events in the area, which bring many celebrities to the area and showcase the best of the motion picture industry. Modernism Week, in February, spotlights the midcentury modern architecture of the area through tours, films, and lectures. The city also has a significant LBGT community who puts on a number of events throughout the year.

There is no lack of things to do in Palm Springs, and an investment in a Palm Springs home means an investment in the rich, vibrant community. If you have questions about Palm Springs or are ready to begin talking about what’s available in real estate, give the team at The Anselmo Real Estate Group a call. They look forward to speaking with you and matching you with the perfect property.