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Greater Palm Springs Area Pool Homes
Palm Springs pool homes are one of the most popular type of homes. The city of Palm Springs located in Riverside County, California enjoys a hot, dry climate boasting 354 day of sunshine each year. The city is sheltered by the mountains that surround it to the north, south, east and west resulting in winter months with highs between 73 and 86 degrees and lows of 50 to 60 degrees. The temperatures are much warmer in the summer months and this provides a climate that is conducive to owning Palm Springs pool homes. Many are heated; therefore, in the event the weather would become cooler, they may enjoyed year round.
There are many varieties of pool homes. An average sized home may feature a pool that is quite unique, such as an oversized kidney shape pool with a spa. The pool utilizes aspects to provide a resort feel, such as natural rock encircling it and palms that line the area around the pool. This also creates privacy.
Perhaps a Spanish villa with a heated, saltwater pool/spa that incorporates desert plants into the landscaping – even around the pool area. With a backyard that leads to a private area creating a calming influence where views of the San Jacinto Mountains provide a magnificent backdrop. Each Palm Springs pool home is unique. Many have saltwater pools and spas as well as fire pits. Larger homes with 4 bedrooms and up are available and have privacy fences that surround the back yard that is complete with a Pebble tech pool and spa.
If a Mid-Century Modern home with a pool is desired, they are available as well. Homes with huge lots and impressive pools and spas including a solar pool heater is an option. Surrounded by landscaping that contains date palms, citrus trees and cactus, Palm Springs pool homes often include higher-than-average walls that provides privacy while maintaining the view.