The City of Palm Springs ID #3745.
Originally built in 1949, this Mid-Century gem is recently renovated and newly available for rentals. Sleeps eight people comfortably, with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, three gas fireplaces, and three fully updated kitchens with all new appliances.
Originally built in 1949, this Mid-Century gem is recently renovated and newly available for rentals. Sleeps eight people comfortably, with four bedrooms all with TVs and ensuite bathrooms, three gas fireplaces, and three fully updated kitchens with all new appliances. The furniture has been carefully chosen to provide plenty of comfort along with Mid-Century charm.
The property is divided into a main house, a Casita, a two car garage, and a spacious outdoor area with ample shaded and unshaded parts. The Casita has its own kitchen, full bath and queen size bed. The outdoor area is spacious, with a kitchen area, a brick gas BBQ , brick fireplace, dining table that seats eight, and additional outdoor furniture for lounging poolside. The backdrop of Mount San Jacinto is nothing short of spectacular.
Perfectly situated in Palm Springs' most established neighborhood, this vacation rental is easily within walking distance to downtown shops and restaurants. Two hours from Los Angeles, one hour from Joshua tree National Park, and just minutes from Palm Springs International Airport.
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Ruby Montana migrated to Palm Springs, Ca. in 2000 after purchasing a small boutique hotel called Ruby Montana's Coral Sands Inn. Prior to living in Palm Springs, Ruby was a resident of the wonderful Seattle, Washington, and had a store there for some twenty years. Ruby Montana's Pinto Pony in Pioneer Square was a kitsch Emporium that held everything from a Corbusier sofa to an invisible dog leash. Whack and wonderful. Ruby sponsered the National Spam Contest in Seattle for 10 years and was featured in People Magazine and on Jay Leno with regard to it...interviewed every February by 100s of radio stations internationally about the whacky contest. Ruby went to The University of Michigan and received a degree in Music. She majored in the French Horn and it managed to pay her way through college. Ruby was born in El Reno, Oklahoma, and is a pie baker. Ruby has a deep regard for animals and a passion for rescuing small dogs. In April 2013 Ruby formed a 501(c)3 called Ruby Montana's Pie in the Sky Animal Rescue. Ruby lives nearby and is available any time to help.
Please respect the neighbors. No glass by the pool. No smoking inside the home.