Beneath the pastoral San Jacinto Mountains lies the award-winning Alta residential neighborhood known for its stunning designs that stand out even in the chic atmosphere of Palm Springs, California.
This exclusive community has only 67 homes that cater to full-time homeowners as well as weekend visitors. The homes were envisioned by Frank Eder, a developer of Newport Coast Capital Management with the assistance of Narendra Patel, an internationally famous architect. The team designed the custom homes to be able to offer artistic living at a lower price point.
Alta’s homes have exciting details like upside down roofs and glass walls that seem to vanish. There are three floor plans with three to six bedrooms and three to six bathrooms. These homes range between 2,875 to 4,783 square feet and come with at least a two car garage while four-car facilities are an option. Homeowners can choose different options that may have separate dining and living rooms. And ceilings can go up to 15 feet. Guest homes are available in some of the floor plans; either detached or attached. And covered patios and private retreats come in many forms for outdoor living.
Amenities include walk-in panties, slab stone countertops, plenty of work space, and Thermador appliances. The bathrooms also have natural stone slab in the countertops and baths. Bedrooms have large walk-in closets and you’ll find a fireplace in both the great room and master bedroom. The Palm Springs Unified School District offers access to schools like Raymond Cree Middle School, Katherine Finchy Elementary School, and Palm Springs High School.
Palm Springs has wonderful shopping opportunities on Palm Canyon Drive with design shops, chic restaurants, and classic boutiques. This city is famous for its resort-style living with sleek hotels, hot springs, jazzy spas, and world-class golf courses. The Coachella Valley also offers horseback riding, hiking, and biking.
980 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262-0119
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