The Historic Tennis Club neighborhood is named after the famous Tennis Club which was founded in 1937. Its original circular pool was once the most photographed in the world. Spencer’s trendy restaurant continues its tradition. The area is home to many small inns and Bed and Breakfast establishments Each December these hostelries host the popular Walk of the Inns. Class I historic inns include the Willows, located across from Le Vallauris. Just around the corner is the ranch style Casa Cody founded by Harriet Cody who arrived in Palm Springs in 1916 . Nearby is the Korakia Pensione, built in 1924 by painter Gordon Couts. When his young bride refused to move to Tangiers, he built her this Moroccan palace to try and appease her. The picturesque hotel, a bohemian hangout during Couts’ days today hosts many fashion shoots. The neighborhood offers an eclectic mixture of 400 homes, condos, apartments, inns and restaurants, many surrounded by historic stone walls. There is even an Indian burial ground. Being walkable to the “Village” makes it especially desirable. Condos and Homes range in price from $300K to over 3 Million.
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