McCallum Adobe Historic Building in Palm Springs Opens to Visitors - What to Expect
October 04, 2022 at 16:07
Palm Springs, California -
Palm Springs Area Real Estate, based in California, is pleased to share that the historic McCullum Adobe is now open to the public. The company of top real estate agents in Palm Springs make it a point to track the status of all properties in the area in order to provide their clients with the best access to local real estate opportunities.
In Palm Springs, California, close to the present-day intersection of Tahquitz Canyon Way and Palm Canyon Drive, the McCallum Adobe was built in 1884. When his oldest kid started having serious respiratory problems, John Guthrie McCallum moved his family from Los Angeles to the Coachella Valley in search of the healing, arid heat of the desert. McCallum employed local Cahuilla Indians to construct his family's home with the aid of a Native American interpreter and guide. The McCallum Adobe is the oldest structure that is still standing in Palm Springs. Learn more here: Palm Springs CA Real Estate.
The McCallum Adobe is cared for by the Palm Springs Historical Society, which also runs the nearby Cornelia White House, built in 1893 as a museum. The McCallum family was the first non-Native family to reside on the west end of the valley. The permanent collection, which includes images, books and ephemera detailing the pioneers who formed the city people know and love today, is balanced by seasonal displays about local history. The Adobe was moved to its current location in the 1950s from where it had previously stood, which was close to the present-day intersection of Palm Canyon Drive and Tahquitz Canyon Way and a short stroll from the Agua Caliente Hot Mineral Spring. The Cahuilla Indians used a mixture of mud, fiber and ancient water from the hot spring, which was known for its therapeutic properties, to create the sun-baked bricks that made up the building. The Cornelia White House and the McCallum Adobe are both free to visit. The buildings can be seen at the Village Green Heritage Center in the heart of Palm Springs. The museums reopen this month (after being closed during the summer).
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Geoffrey Moore is an acclaimed Palm Springs REALTOR®. He is one of the top real estate agents who lives and works in Palm Springs, California. Geoffrey Moore has designations from or is certified as a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Graduate Realtor® Institute (GRI), Seller Representative Specialist (SRS), GREEN Designated Realtor® and Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®). All of these qualifications are recognized by the National Association of Realtors®. Moore makes it a point to work tirelessly to make the process of house hunting easier and more efficient than if the client did it themselves. Client satisfaction is very important to him, and his philosophy is that making a sale is nothing like making people happy. Learn more here: Palm Springs Best Neighborhoods.
To learn more about Palm Springs Area Real Estate and the services they offer, clients may visit the company’s official website. The company can also be reached via phone or email. They also encourage their community to consider visiting the McCullum Adobe to learn more about the area’s history and character.
For more information about Palm Springs Area Real Estate, contact the company here:
Palm Springs Area Real Estate
760 641 5689
Palm Springs Area Real Estate
PO Box 5297
Palm Springs, CA 92263
(760) 641 5689