Once the exclusive domain of the Agua Caliente Indians, development began on the Indian Canyons Neighborhood in the early 1960s and the first golfers teed off at the Canyon Country Club golf course in October 1962. The iconic clubhouse was designed by famed architects Donald Wexler and Ric Harrison. The Canyon Country Club, now known as the Indian Canyons North Course, was the first 18-hole golf course in Palm Springs. Orange County developer Harry Kelso was brought in to create high-end homes and condominiums of varying designs and models, as were Arizona builder Paul Butler and Roy Fey of Fey’s Canyon Estates in Palm Springs. Additional prominent architects and builders included well-known mid-century architects Stan Sackley and William Krisel.The allure of the Indian Canyons Neighborhood, then and now, is due to the reputation of being “wind-free” Many Hollywood celebrities have made the Indian Canyons Neighborhood their home over the years including Fess Parker, Chuck Connors, and Walt Disney, who donated the spectacular fountain that is located between holes 9 and 18 on the North course. Most of the neighborhood is on “leased” versus “fee land” which means you lease the land your home is constructed on versus owning. Homes range from 600K to several Million.
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