A modern oasis in the heart of the Coachella Valley, La Parisienne offers a feeling of total seclusion just four minutes from downtown Palm Springs, and just a few minutes from golf courses, botanical gardens and hiking trails.
The Wheelhouse in Palm Springs, amidst a backdrop of beautiful red skies and amazing hillside features, is an artistic high-desert retreat formerly owned by TV personality Huell Howser.
Modern villa near downtown Palm Springs with spa, pool and mountain vistas. Featuring three bedrooms and two full baths, Modern Oasis features a lush expansive outdoor space where guests can enjoy the Palm Springs lifestyle, as well as incredible mountain vistas.
An authentic and private Spanish hacienda nestled against the San Jacinto foothills, Hacienda Barranca offers a feeling of total privacy with expansive mountain views in the Mesa neighborhood.
Bohemian retreat steps from downtown with desert mountain views and heated pool. A bohemian-modern retreat steps from downtown Palm Springs, Hinshaw Hideaway is the former winter escape of JCW and Wilberta Hinshaw
Designed by famed architect Walter S. White for psychoanalyst Dr. Franz Alexander, this mid-century modern estate evokes a feeling of zen with redwood paneling, wall-to-wall glass and lava rock stonework.
Vista Las Palmas home with bold, modern decor, casita, saline pool and custom spa. Constructed in 1960 and thoughtfully updated, this expanded floor plan Alexander home is situated in the heart of Vista Las Palmas, one of Palm Springs’ most desirable neighborhoods.
Mid-century Home Neighboring Frank Sinatra Estate with Pool, Cabana and Mountain Views. Nestled in the heart of the Movie Colony, Modern Palms is an ideal escape for those who want to explore Palm Springs with an inspiring retreat to call home.
A four bedroom Spanish style estate in the Las Palmas neighborhood, Maison du Soleil offers a large game room and bar as well as an impressive great room and media area for all your entertaining needs. In addition, the home is refreshingly tranquil, with a courtyard that features a large three-tiered fountain
Located in Vista Las Palmas, this original mid-century home designed by William Krisel and Dan Palmer, AIA for the Alexander Development is updated for living today. In the 1950’s, legendary Mario Lanza reportedly was a frequent guest in this Las Palmas home which was also rumored to have often entertained Frank Sinatra and neighboring Nat King Cole
Recently updated, this four-bedroom retreat includes southwest views of the mountains in a central Palm Springs location. This family dwelling offers traditional accents and furnishings with the perfect blend of modern pop artwork displayed throughout
An iconic mid-century desert ranch on a double lot in the Indian Canyons neighborhood, Villa Sierra is a sprawling property with expansive public rooms of grand proportions and floor-to-ceiling windows that blur the boundary of inside and outside.
Located on a 2/3 acre corner lot in the heart of Las Palmas, this four bedroom features 4,960 square feet of living space in its “U” shaped floor plan. On the western side of the property is a private hard surface tennis court.
Legendary former estate of Frank Sinatra near the Movie Colony neighborhood of Central Palm Springs. Designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1947 for Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato, the Twin Palms Estate boasts both mid-century style luxury and historical significance with modern amenities
Designed by Donald Wexler, father of “desert modern” architecture, Casa Tranquillo -- once featured on HGTV -- sits at the base of the San Jacinto mountains in The Mesa, a historic neighborhood 5 minutes from downtown Palm Springs.
Centrally located in Sunrise Park neighborhood, this 1957 redefined mid-century home is a vacation oasis. Reminiscent of the Palm Springs’ Viceroy Hotel, Villa Moda ties in all the comforts of modern living with the style and charm of the classic Hollywood Regency aesthetic.
This brand new luxury California Spanish Revival style home resides on its own 2 acre private estate grounds and has 4 bedroom suites and an open loft bedroom/lounge with 5 full bathrooms and a guest powder bathroom.
Spanish Estate with 5 bedrooms, pool, and tennis court. Located in the heart of The Movie Colony, La Chureya is a five bedroom, six bathroom Spanish Estate completed in 1934. Since then, four owners have called La Chureya home, including the family noted for building the Beverly Wilshire Hotel and Spanish born Tennis Coach and Professional Jose Higueras
My Oasis is the only word to describe this beautiful 13 bedroom estate with every amenity you can imagine. With 13 large private bedrooms with up to 17 King beds (34 guests). Beautiful is the only Desert property that accommodate extra large groups in comfort
California, from Lake Tahoe, to San Diego, visitors flock to California to enjoy the abundance of National Parks, Lakes, and it’s luxurious beaches which draw crowds from all over the world. Unlike any other place in the world California has ejoyed it’s fame due to the Production companies who have made their mark across Hollywood. Aspiring actors from all over the world try and make it in the city that has made most of the famed actors/ actresses who they are. Hollywood is filled with bright lights, amazing architecture and once in a while you may glipse a celebrity dining right next to you.
Don’t think California is just for those seeking fame and fortune, oh no. Parents often enjoy renting homes on the beach for their summer vacations and taking the kids to Lego Land and Disney. People from all over the world also make their way to the Lakes, such as Arrowhead, Lake Tahoe, Mammouth Lake, and to find a list of the Lakes you may be interested in go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Lakes_of_Califo
San Diego draws the family traveler. People enjoy La Jolla, Del Mar, Oceanside, or San Diego City itself. This area caters to the people who love the ocean, the warmer southern waters, and the laid back days. This area is also close to lots of activities for children. Malibu and the Northern part of California draw a more adult crowd. The beaches of Malibu are often visited by the celebrity hunters, trying to catch a glimpse of the stars. You can drive down through the Beach Community and see amazing waterfront mansions. If you are more interested in the city, you can enjoy what Beverly hills and Hollywood Hills has to offer. There is shopping on Rodeo Drive or you can take a stroll through the Grove.
No matter where you go in California you’re always sure to have fun!