Located in the Tamarisk Country Club area, the Da Vall Estates, a mid-century modern architectural condo development, was designed in 1961 by Val Powelson and built by contractor Robert Marx, son of Gummo Marx. Da Vall Estates was listed on the Rancho Mirage Register of Historic Resources in September of 2000. It consists of five one-story, four-unit condominium buildings, each based on a four-pointed star. A medium-pitched, side-gabled, A-frame roof extends dramatically to a point at each of the four wings. Exposed, notched beam-ends project beyond deep overhangs. Da Vall Estates is a stock cooperative given the owner a 1/20th share of the complex and its low monthly fees include the property taxes. Because this is a coop no bank financing is available, and thus the unit must be purchased outright.