The Indian Canyons Area has a combination of sleek modern home and condos and homes originally constructed in the 1960s. Most of Indian Canyons’ refurbished homes reflect its modernistic roots. Residents love it there for many reasons but especially for the architecture by Palmer, Krisel and Sackley; a diverse laid back culture and immense scenic beauty. Part of the joy of living there is the ability to enjoy the views of Mt San Jacinto from your window or beside your pool.
Don’t forget to also check out the wonderful ranch style homes with their authentic Spanish tile roofs and large lots designed for the Palm Springs outdoor lifestyle.
The area is very quiet and secluded from most of the desert winds yet you are only a few minutes from downtown.
One of the neighborhoods changed its name to Indian Canyons in 2009 to reflect the new ownership of the 18 hole championship golf course. The Club sports a Par 72 course and a superb Clubhouse and restaurant complete in its modernistic Wexler design and the Walt Disney Fountain with majestic water jets that spray more than 100 feet into the air.
The area is alive with activity including people of all ages who walk, jog, ride bikes and hike in the warm winter sun. It’s a getaway for those who need relief from their high pressure existence or its a wonderful area to buy a home for retirement. The mid-century homes and condos are attractive to many and are a trademark for the area.
At the southern most tip of the area and the city of Palm Springs, is the Indian Canyon Preserve owned by the Agua Caliente Band Of Cahuilla Indians. For a small fee, you can drive or bike in the area, you can hike or just enjoy the views and visit the trading post. It’s just beautiful.
This is a must see area!