The most bohemian of all Palm Springs neighborhoods, this offbeat pocket requires one to cross through a desert wash just to get there before beginning a scenic ascent. It cuts right into the rugged hillside. A fascinating mix of houses sits on either side of only a few roads, which at some points are steep and narrow. Vintage ranch styles and modern compounds round out Araby’s assortment, which also includes abodes dating to the early 1920s. The adventure of living here includes wildlife that can be close at hand and landscape that leans more toward the native than manicured, both which add to an authentic experience. Views from this South Palm Springs slope range from touch-the-mountain to panoramas over the lights below. You’ll have to head down the hill to get your latte, but the homes and their surroundings are incomparable.
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