Tom Bashe is an associate broker at Coldwell Banker Residential, a full service Real Estate Brokerage specializing in Residential Real Estate Sales in Southern California. He began his career in real estate prior to graduating high school and was a licensed real estate agent before he received his high school diploma. In 2006, at the ripe old age of 21, Tom became one of the youngest Real Estate Brokers in the industry. In the 11 years since, his team has successfully sold hundreds of properties ranging in price from just over $50,000 to just under $5,000,000. He specializes in selling Single Family dwellings, condos, townhomes, multifamily dwellings, land and estates.
If you’re looking for a neighborhood that reflects a European village in the Italian countryside, then look no further than The Villas In Old Palm Springs. Nestled next to the San Jacinto Mountains, this community combines luxury and old world charm.
There are two to four bedroom villas that range from 1,753 to 3,060 square feet. Every home has French doors that open onto verandas for the ultimate private retreat. Each floor plan offers spacious kitchens, expansive great rooms, and lavish master suites. The community gates and limestone fountain welcome visitors to its cobblestone streets. Amenities can include granite countertops, soaring ceilings, wet bars, fireplaces, custom cabinetry, and walk-in closets. And residents feel at home in the secluded community swimming pools and spas. Public schools in this area include Cahuilla Elementary, Raymond Cree Middle School, and Palm Springs High School.
The Villas In Old Palm Springs is surrounded by many worthy neighbors such as: Le Vallauris restaurant; the O’Donnell Golf Club; The Willows Historic Palms Springs Inn; and the Palm Springs Art Museum. It’s also close to the popular downtown area of Palm Springs which is known for its hot tubs, upscale shops, world-class restaurants, and many golf courses. The Coachella Valley offers up the wilderness for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
Palm Springs has over 300 days of sunshine in its hot desert climate. It receives about 4.83 inches of rain annually. While the winter months see highs of 70 degrees there are a few nights that dip down into the freezing temperatures. Summer highs reach above 110 and the highest temperature reached was 123 degrees on two days in 1995. The city is protected by the Little San Bernardino Mountains to the east, the San Bernardino Mountains to the north, the Santa Rosa Mountains to the south, and the San Jacinto Mountains in the west.
980 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262-0119
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