The community of Cahuilla Hills in Palm Desert, California, has over 620 households and a variety of styles. Located in a tranquil location 932 feet above sea level, this neighborhood offers some of the most stunning valley and mountain scenery around.
Located off Highway 4, three miles southwest of Palm Desert, Cahuilla Hills offers many designs and styles of homes. Property types include luxury estates, unique architectural homes, and equestrian lots. This non-gated community has many shapes and sizes as well as building lots up to five acres. And there are no Home Owners Association dues. Residents enjoy a country like atmosphere but are only minutes from the Bighorn Golf Club as well as Palm Desert’s El Pasio District which offers upscale shops, fine dining, entertainment, and galleries.
There are a wide variety of features here but many homes offer large, open living areas and beautiful balcony views. A cozy fireplace or two is to be found as well as extra room for an office or den. Entertainers love the back yards with covered patios and built-in barbecue grills. And there is usually plenty of room for parking. Some of the estates have casitas or studio units for guests. This community has an eclectic array of homes and land. Schools for this neighborhood include highly rated George Washington Charter School, Palm Desert Charter Middle, and Palm Desert High School.
Palm Desert is a Riverside County city east of Los Angeles in the Coachella Valley. One of California’s fastest growing cities in the 1980’s and 90’s, Palm Desert is a favorite retreat for people from colder climates. This city’s population explodes in the winter months. The Cahuilla Indians once lived here and farmed the land. In the 1920’s date palms were planted and the area was known as Old MacDonald Ranch.
47-950 Dune Palms Road, La Quinta, CA 92253-4000
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