Araby Cove is a quiet enclave of 81 homes tucked up against some of Palm Springs’ most beautiful mountains. With homes dating back to the 1920s, the architecture is eclectic and diverse and demonstrate a full range of architecture options- from sprawling ranch style to understated modern. Araby Cove also has its very own folklore regarding Lee Miller’s 1920s “Rock Houses,” with some falsely believing that they built for the filming of “Wizard of Oz.”
Araby Cove offers a peaceful and tranquil setting, steep with history. The views are breathtaking and there is an abundance of wildlife, making it hard to imagine that you are just minutes from downtown Palm Springs. The area is a fantastic place for those who want to get away from it all, while having access to great restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues.