Welcome to Ruth Hardy Park real estate in Palm Springs, California. This much sought after address is located in the heart of Palm Springs, adjacent to the iconic Movie Colony neighborhood where Hollywood’s stars came to play in the 1920s and 30s. The name Ruth Hardy Park refers to both a city park and the historic neighborhood nearby. Read More
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About The Ruth Hardy Park Neighborhood
Ruth Hardy Park, both the park and the neighborhood, were named in honor of Ruth Hardy, a founding pioneer of Palm Springs known for her innovative approaches to the development of Palm Springs neighborhoods.
Ruth Hardy Park is within easy walking distance to Palm Canyon Drive and its many opportunities to enjoy fine dining, live entertainment, boutique shopping, the Palm Springs Museum, art galleries. This charming neighborhood is also aptly referred to as “an oasis within an oasis”, because there is no electric street lighting. Residents fully enjoy the starry desert night skies. There are also no two-story houses or billboard advertisements allowed in the community.
Large mature shade trees are scattered throughout the several acres of open green park space where residents go to enjoy tennis on eight well maintained public tennis courts, play basketball, ride bicycles and walk or jog on the pedestrian paths, barbecue, play in the children’s playground, etc.
Ruth Hardy Park is conveniently located only 3 miles from the Palm Springs International Airport and a mere 15 minute drive from Interstate 10, making travel outside of the area easily accessible.
Real Estate Opportunities
The homes that make up Ruth Hardy Park possess an abundance of charm and were built on large lots from 1935 to 2004. Some Hollywood celebrities such as Frank Sinatra and Bob Hope had homes here from the 1940s to the 70s. Many of the residences have been restored, renovated or rebuilt from the ground up.
Their architectural styles go from modern to Mid-Century Modern, Spanish, ranch and adobe and have open expansive floor plans. They range in size from smaller modest homes to larger exclusive walled estates. Many homes come fully furnished, making them ideal for long term luxury rentals as well. Real estate within Ruth Hardy Park is considered to be some of the best values in the Palm Springs real estate market today.
Ruth Hardy Park Real Estate Statistics
- Location: The recognized boundaries of this neighborhood are Alejo Rd. to the South, Avenida Cabelleros to the East, Sunrise Way to the West in Palm Springs
- Year Built: 1935 to 2004
- Recent HOA: Leased land
- Recent Home Values: approx. $565,000 to $1,400,000