Thereâ€™s 3 of this modelÂ that still have the original carport designÂ on Golden Arrow Drive in Paradise Palms. Thereâ€™s others scattered around but theyâ€™re hard to find because the carports have been converted into garages, and the columns of block have been removed or obscured.
One of the many goals of VeryVintageVegas is to help preserve the original designs or at least the original intent of the architecture. Many many too many of our great homes have been changed and adulterated or abominated. The more of you I can get of all of you to be aware of the architecture, the designs and the elements, the better chance we have of preserving them. Â
The next time you take a Sunday Drive, try tooling around one of my favorite Vintage 60â€™s neighborhoods. Youâ€™ll find lots of eye candy such as these. Youâ€™ll also see what I mean about homes that have been â€œremuddledâ€.
Paradise Palms is both sides of Desert Inn between Maryland Parkway and Eastern. This pattern is in the part thatâ€™s north of Desert Inn Road. Thereâ€™s 2 segments ofÂ Paradise Palms to the south of Desert Inn. East of Spencer and the power lines are the higher end homes surrounding the National Golf Course. To the west of Spencer Ave. are the middle grade homes. Mostly theyâ€™re on 10,000 foot lots. Many are classic modernism, and many are ranch style modern.
Thereâ€™s currentlyÂ 30 homesÂ for sale inÂ Paradise Palms.Â At the moment, theyÂ rangeÂ from Â $149k to $525,000. Of the 30, 6 are bank owned and 6 are short sales. Thereâ€™s 9 homes under contract, for a healthier than average 30% ratio of pendings to availables.