The Demuth Park neighborhood centers around Demuth Park, which has a youth center that was originally a YMCA. There are four tennis courts that are lighted at night, batting cages, and baseball diamonds as well as picnic areas.
Many homes here are reflective of the mid-century modern era and have many amenities including walk-in closets, wood shutters, and recessed lighting. Kitchens have been updated in the older homes with stainless steel appliances and many have newly installed French doors and sliders. Bathrooms have been remodeled and you’ll find green houses with solar systems. Students in this community attend facilities like Raymond Cree Middle School and Palm Springs High School. Cielo Vista Charter School is highly ranked.
There is upscale shopping and dining just moments away in Palm Springs as well as the Palm Springs International Airport. The Coachella Valley is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy horseback riding, swimming, golf, tennis, hiking, and biking. This area has over 100 golf courses. Palm Springs is a resort city of Riverside county and takes up about 94 square miles. It is the county’s largest city according to land mass.
The city’s economy is largely dependent on tourism with millions of people visiting a year. There are over 130 hotels and resorts as well as more than 100 restaurants. The city is backed by local historians and artistic designers who want to preserve many of the buildings.
980 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262-0119
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