1930s - Spanish Revival Movement
Palos Verdes Estates, the first housing development in Palm Springs' - Tahquitz River Estates.
In the early 1930s, the first development was called Palos Verdes Estates and is still populated with charming "Old Palm Springs" Spanish revival homes. Some of these bungalows were under construction even before Palm Springs became incorporated back in 1938! The Tahquitz River Estates neighborhood sits on both sides of the Tahquitz "wash" just south of central Palm Springs and has homes ranging in size from cozy bungalows to impressive properties featuring upwards of 3,000 square feet make up this eclectic Palm Springs neighborhood. The neighborhood stretches from East Sunny Dunes Road to the north to East Palm Canyon Drive to the south, straddling Tahquitz Creek Channel. It's bordered to the east by South Camino Real and South Palm Canyon Drive to the west.