Sunrise Palms is a community of homes in Palm Springs California
Sunrise Palms is a community of homes in Palm Springs California

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About Sunrise Palms

The gated community of Sunrise Palms is a wonderful blend of luxury and wilderness. This master planned neighborhood has 360 units and was built over 57 acres that were developed into an ultimate resort living area. Residents enjoy eight pools, eight Jacuzzis, basketball courts, tennis courts, a putting green, and even pickle ball courts. The single-story units have one to three bedrooms and range in size from 583 to 1,086 square feet.

Amenities in these condos include private patios, large back yards, wood flooring, custom cabinetry, granite countertops, and cozy fireplaces. The patios have grills and a dining table overlooking beautiful landscaped yards. There is a large landscaped space in the center of the community that is great for walking and exercising. This common area is available as are the interior streets where residents feel comfortable going out for their evening strolls. Schools in this neighborhood include Vista Del Monte Elementary, Raymond Cree Middle, and Palm Springs High School.

There is a wonderful array of shops, casinos, shops, and art galleries in the downtown area of Palm Springs. There are two shopping centers close to this community and it’s on a direct path of the Sunbus which is the public transportation system. The Coachella Valley offers many recreational opportunities including horseback riding, hiking, and biking as well as golf, tennis, and swimming.

Palm Springs relies on tourism with over a million people visiting a year. It’s also known for its mid-century modern architecture that is supported by many artists and celebrities. The early 1950’s brought an influx of students during spring break. But in 1990 the city council and Mayor Sonny Bono closed Palm Canyon Drive to this crowd because of complaints.

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