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About La Quinta, California
La Quinta is often referred to as the ‘Gem of the Desert’, and for good reason. Blue skies, panoramic mountain viewing, sprawling parks, palm trees galore, great wind pocket location, and lots to do year-round. Located 130 miles from both Los Angeles and San Diego in Riverside County, La Quinta California is a resort city like no other. It sits in the Coachella Valley (more on that shortly!) and is surrounded by the picturesque Santa Rosa Mountains, protected by the seasonal desert winds that other boarding cities experience along the 10 freeway. Oh! And did we mention Coachella Valley is considered the golfing capital of the United States? Given the year-round sunshine (more than 348 days a year on average), you can expect long, warm, and dry summers and winters that will hardly make you need to grab your puffy coat from the closet.
The annual Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals are incredible experiences for music and fashion lovers alike, drawing A-list celebrities, sold-out crowds, and world-class musical acts alike. For a more refined and sophisticated experience, the world-renowned Empire Polo Club also calls Coachella Valley home. Experience four unique venues in Medjhool Lake, The Rose Garden, Hacienda del Toro, and The Forum. Coachella Valley plays host to the annual BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells Tennis Club. It is considered the largest WTA and ATP tournament in the world. Regularly awarded tournament of the year, for tennis fans it is the perfect setting to see the world’s best-ranked players.
Because of its perfect golfing climate, La Quinta has many great courses and clubs to play or join, including the La Quinta Resort & Club, The Quarry, and the famed SilverRock Golf Resort which is home to the annual The American Express tournament, previously The Bob Hope Desert Classic. A move to La Quinta means it’s time to dust off the clubs or start some golf lessons.
Another perk of living in La Quinta is being located on the imperial irrigation district electricity grid. La Quinta residents enjoy 30% cheaper electricity on average vs boarding cities on the Edison electricity grid. This publicly owned electric utility aims to provide efficiency and low costs to its customers. Come experience the Gem of the Desert here, in La Quinta, California.
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Listing information last updated on May 8th, 2021 at 7:00am PDT.