Tahquitz River Estates is a Palm Springs, CA neighborhood comprised of an eclectic array of homes built from the 1930’s to the 2000’s. Most of the homes in Tahquitz River Estates were constructed in the 1940’s and 1950’s. Architectural styles include Spanish-style bungalows, Mid-Century Modern, California Ranch and the Trousdale-style home which was popular in the late 1940’s and 1950’s. (Paul Trousdale was a Los Angeles-area developer who designed and built over 250,000 homes in Southern California). Lot sizes in Tahquitz River Estates vary, but are generally large in size.
The Tahquitz River Estates neighborhood is located in South Palm Springs, bordered by the Deepwell and Warm Sands neighborhoods. Tahquitz River Estates is just minutes away from downtown Palm Springs making shopping, dining and many Palm Springs attractions very accessible and convenient.
The Tahquitz River Estates neighborhood offers an abundance of character, incredible mountain scenery and attractive streets. Many of the residential properties in Tahquitz River Estates are hidden behind hedges and walls.