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The 3 Things That Happen When You Move To The Coachella Valley

If you’re interested in purchasing a home in the Coachella Valley, it will be no secret that Palm Springs has great benefits to offer. With great home prices and a variety of family-friendly communities to choose from, the choice to move to the Coachella Valley is a no brainer! But once you’ve found your dream home and have settled in as a true desert dweller, you might be surprised what happens to you.

You’ll Get Outside

Long gone are winter days stuck inside to stay warm. Coachella Valley residents get to experience everything our town has to offer nearly 24/7. After moving here, you’ll enjoy over 300 days of sunshine a year, leaving you no excuse to stay inside. Golf Courses like La Quinta’s prestigious PGA West Golf Club provide endless outdoor entertainment for anyone looking to unwind and relax on the green. At The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, families can see first-hand desert wildlife like roadrunners and coyotes. Your weekend hikes here will be unlike any other. The Coachella Valley is home to beautiful parks including Joshua Tree National Park, the Agua Caliente Indian Canyons, Mount San Jacinto State Park, Santa Rosa and San Jacinto National Monument, and the Coachella Valley Preserve.

The Culture Finds You

Locals here know, in the Coachella Valley, you can’t avoid the history and culture. But why would you want to? As our past shows, Palm Springs was once the stomping ground for Hollywood’s celebrities looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles life. Stars like Frank Sinatra and Cary Grant once called Palm Springs home, while Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe were frequent visitors to the area. We even have our very own “Walk of Stars” downtown featuring some of these notorious celebrities. Celebrity tours allow you to see some of their favorite spots while visiting the homes and hotels where they stayed. Art and architecture play a major role in The Coachella Valley’s culture. Each year, Modernism Week is held in Palm Springs to “celebrate and foster an appreciation of midcentury architecture and design.” The McCallum Theater, Annenberg Theater, and the art galleries galore provide residents culture around every corner.

You’ll Never Be Bored

Think you’ll be struggling to find forms of entertainment here? Think again. Throughout the Coachella Valley, there is such a vast variety of options that you’ll have trouble deciding what to do first. In the spring, the music festivals come to town and so do the accompanying parties, vendors, and art instillations. From January to April it’s all about Polo. Many Palm Springs residents spend Friday nights at the Empire Polo Club watching the unique sport while enjoying the warm winter weather. Other Coachella Valley activities include The Bob Hope Classic, The PNB Parabis Tennis Open, and endless spas restaurants, and shopping spots. When you first move to Palm Springs you really only need to be prepared for one thing: to love it. There’s life here around every corner, get ready to live it. It’s time to find your next home, here, in the Coachella Valley. If you’re ready to start your home search, give me a call at 760.960.0381 to get started.

Brandi Pratt - realtor in La Quinta, CA
Brandi Pratt
Southern California Native
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