697 Homes For Sale in Desert Hot Springs, CA

  • Updated 3-Bedroom House In Garnet
    67578 Yaqui Lane
    $319,999New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,560 Sq. Ft.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241
    Michael Webb
    Keller Williams Realty
  • 2107 SqFt House In Mountain View Estates
    64355 Silver Star Avenue
    $529,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths2,107 Sq. Ft.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Team Larson
    Keller Williams Realty
  • 925 SqFt House In Desert Hot Springs
    66876 Granada Avenue
    $279,000New
    2 Beds1 Bath925 Sq. Ft.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Susan Miller
    Thunderbird Realty
  • Lot In Hot Springs Ranchos
    0 Carol
    $17,500New
    0.17 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Susan Nicholson
    Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance
  • Lot In Hot Springs Ranchos
    0 Carol
    $17,500New
    0 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Susan Nicholson
    Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance
  • Lot In Wardman Heights
    8 San Ardo Road
    $48,500New
    0.19 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Kathi Pettersen
    Inspire Real Estate
  • Lot In Sunny Sands Estates
    184 Kranshire Road
    $89,000New
    0.99 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Silvia Villagrana
    Keller Williams Realty
  • Lot In Garnet
    18982 Mountain View
    $920,000New
    18.5 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241
    Tina Quiroz
    Seven Gables Real Estate
  • Lot In Wardman Heights
    7 San Ardo Road
    $48,500New
    0.18 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Kathi Pettersen
    Inspire Real Estate
  • 1142 SqFt House In Desert Hot Springs
    66424 Buena Vista Avenue
    $191,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths1,142 Sq. Ft.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Maricela Ochoa
    Town & Country Real Estate
  • Lot In Desert Hot Springs
    0 Acoma Avenue
    $22,000New
    0 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Joan Murchison
    Steve Welty & Associates Inc
  • 1389 SqFt House In Desert Hot Springs
    29451 Sunnyslope Street
    $379,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,389 Sq. Ft.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241
    Ernesto Gutierrez
    Vista Mirage Real Estate
  • Lot In Desert Hot Springs
    74711 Dillon Road #342
    $85,000New
    0.07 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241
    Valerie Leuthold
    Desert Elite Properties
  • 2009 SqFt House In Desert Hot Springs
    62463 S Starcross Drive
    $350,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths2,009 Sq. Ft.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Fredy Rodriguez, Gri Crs
    Fathom Realty Group Inc.
  • Multi-Family Home In Mooreland
    0 256 Acresmarion Road
    $84,500New
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Ricardo Nuno
    RE/MAX Consultants
  • Multi-Family Home In Desert Hot Springs
    Vacant Lot Esparta Ave
    $45,000New
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241
    Michael Pins
    M1 Properties
  • Lot In Mooreland
    0 256 Acresmarion Road
    $84,500New
    2 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Ricardo Nuno
    RE/MAX Consultants
  • Lot In Desert Hot Springs
    0 Claire Avenue
    $49,900New
    0.26 Acres
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Ricardo Nuno
    RE/MAX Consultants
  • 2005 SqFt House In Mission Lakes Country Club
    64406 Brae Burn Avenue
    $399,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths2,005 Sq. Ft.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240
    Joshua McCray
    HomeSmart
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Located in the Coachella Valley or Desert Empire, Desert Hot Springs, California is located in Riverside County. The city has a population of 25,938 and has experienced rapid growth in the last few decades. Over 65 percent of the housing available in the area is single-family homes. However, there are a number of small apartment and high-rise complexes also available.

Desert Hot Springs was not founded until 1908 by Hilda Maude Gray, and in 1913 natural hot water was discovered by Cabot Yerxa. At this time, he hand built a pueblo revival style home that still stands as one of the oldest adobe-style buildings in the county and has been designated as a state historical site. Desert springs quickly developed as a popular tourist destination in the 1950s as a result of the various boutique and spa hotels built in the region. Many of the hotels and spas have been recently renovated to revitalize the area while maintaining its mid-century charm. One of the most prominent destinations is Two Bunch Palms Resort, and it was features in the film, The Player.

As the century progressed, several developers began laying out neighborhoods, and retirees settled in the region. The area has continued to grow, and a wider variety of individuals now occupy the town. As it has grown, the town has be recognized for its unique architectural influences, and most recently, Marmol Radziner & Associates, a well-known architectural firm, designed and built a sustainable modernist prefab home in Desert Hot Springs. The home was a prototype for a future sustainable project and was featured in Dwell magazine in 2006. The local Desert Hot Springs High School was opened in 1999 as a result of the city’s expansion, and there are currently plans for two new parks and several country clubs. While small, the community offers an array of luxury amenities under the warm year-round California sun.