Often, when people think of the Coachella Valley, they think of Palm Springs. But the vast and beautiful valley is so much more than one city. It blends an array of communities that are unique unto themselves, and its size is awe-inspiring. Stretching from the majestic Santa Rosa and San Jacinto ranges to the San Bernardino Mountains and the southern border of Joshua Tree, Coachella Valley is nature at its most spectacular. Snowcapped peaks, deep canyons, crystal blue skies, colorful flora and hidden waterfalls belie thoughts of a simple, stark desert.
On the valley floor and up into the foothills, enviable enclaves of custom estates, historical celebrity homes, famous Mid-Century Modern showplaces, luxe townhomes, attainable condos and classic ranch houses are home to an equally diverse population. Full-time residents, vacationers, seasonal owners, retirees and an increasing number of younger singles and families are making the valley their home.
Palm Springs is the star attraction, with its Hollywood roots and an abundance of retail, dining and nightlife destinations. Traveling down the valley, Cathedral City is becoming even more attractive to home buyers from all backgrounds, while Rancho Mirage remains an escape for the well-to-do who value their privacy. Palm Desert is a cultural paradise, with museums, theaters and parks set among a broad selection of desirable neighborhoods. Indian Wells is the top-tier address in Coachella Valley, with its guard-gated country club and golf course communities attracting wealthy buyers from around the globe. Famed for its world-class resort, La Quinta is a golfer’s paradise, while Indio is sought after for its internationally renowned music festivals, award-winning schools and an ever-growing selection of beautiful communities.