Seller may consider a trade for a smaller home! South patio on this La Paz model built in phase 3 on the golf course to 2971 SF (est.) in 2010. Short walk to clubhouse w/fitness, pool, tennis. Finished driveway, gated courtyard & rear patio that has an Alumawood awning and misters. Cut glass front door. Three bedrooms including detached Casita, all w/private baths. A large den, nook, formal dining room, powder room. The kitchen & butler's pantry have granite counters w/full back-splash. There are Stainless steel appliances, deluxe cabinets, prep island, walk-in pantry. The great room has tile floors, cozy fire place and gorgeous views of the fairway and Southern mountains. There are ceiling fans, custom drapes & solar shades. The large master bedroom has patio access, oval tub, separate shower, huge walk-in closet. Guests love the detached Casita with it's own AC/Heat! Upgraded whole-house insulation package includes full 3 car garage w/tankless hot water, epoxy floor, swamp cooler.
Updated: 4/23/2018 10:36:14 PM
Posted: 5/20/2017 | Updated: 4/23/2018 10:36:14 PM
Listing Agent/Office: Jelmberg Team, Keller Williams Realty
Source: CDAR
Special Features
BATHROOMFEATURES : Double Vanity(s),Remodeled,Shower and Tub,Shower Over Tub
HEATINGTYPE : Central Furnace
COOLINGTYPE : Ceiling Fan(s)
FLOORMATERIAL : Carpet,Ceramic Tile,Wood
PARKINGFEATURES : Driveway Gate,Private Garage
INTERIORFEATURES : Drywall Walls,Recessed Lighting
SEWER : Sewer
OTHERSTRUCTURALFEATURES : Balcony,High Ceilings (9 Feet+)
PATIOFEATURES : Covered,Deck(s)
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An Overview of Indio

Indio, "the City of Festivals," is the municipal anchor for the Eastern Coachella Valley cities, including Coachella, Mecca, Salton City and Thermal. Indio is located east of Palm Springs, just past the city of La Quinta on the Highway 111 corridor.

One of the oldest cities in the Coachella Valley, Indio began as a railroad town, serving as the mid-way point for the Southern Pacific Railroad`s trek between Yuma, Arizona and Los Angeles. Indio quickly grew into an agricultural center due to its arid climate, year-round sunshine and the ability of local farmers to attain irrigational water through artesian wells and later via the Coachella Valley`s branch of the All-American Canal.