Again, many of the carports have been changed to garages, or living area.
There have been many changes and modifications (some/too manyÂ of them being absolutley horrible) to the houses, especially the part of Paradise Palms north of Desert InnÂ â€“Â which even in 1962 andÂ 1963 was the lower end, â€œstarter homeâ€ part of the neighborhood.
Many of the 4Bâ€™s still maintain their rooflines and clearstory windows. Many of the Aâ€™s are now unrecognizable.Â Â
Iâ€™m real happy that we can put these out there as a resource for the future new homeowners.
Any of our Paradise Palms readers who live in 4â€™s care to comment?
The rubber stamp says:
Lot A = $24,950
Lot BÂ =Â $26,050Â
Lot C = $28,650
This is the first of the brochures to give us clue that there was different pricing for different lots.
In the brochure, the street is obviously along the right side of the drawing. It really makes more sense like this, when you can picture the driveway cutting across the front of the house with a side entry carport as it shows in the elevation drawing.