Brava Palm Desert | Palm Springs
Brava gated condominium development in Palm Desert, CA, which was built between 2006 and 2007, has a Tuscan inspired architectural style. Brava offers three floor plans to choose from; two and three bedrooms units ranging in size from 1,865 sq. ft. to 2,278 sq. ft.
The Brava community has low monthly HOA fees which include access to the two community pools and spas, a clubhouse with a private social room for gatherings, and a gym! The streets are paved with cobblestones and its exteriors feature classic Tuscan architectural detailing.
Best of all, Brava is conveniently located near the corner of Monterey Avenue and Country Club Drive, is just minutes away from fashionable El Paseo, the McCallum Theatre, Eisenhower Medical Center, and with easy Interstate 10 access.
If you’re looking for a home or a condo in this area, contact me and I’ll help you find the perfect oasis to call your own. And if you’re interested in selling your home or condo in this area, visit my site for a free home evaluation.
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Q: What is the hottest month in Palm Desert?
A: July is the warmest month in Palm Desert, with an average high-temperature of 107.2°F (41.8°C) and an average low-temperature of 80.2°F (26.8°C).
Q: What is there to do in Palm Desert today?
A: Top Attractions in Palm Desert: The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, Bump and Grind Trail, El Paseo Shopping District, Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts, Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Visitor Center, The Street Fair at College of the Desert.
Q: Does Southwest fly to Palm Desert?
A: Southwest Airlines starting year-round service to Palm Springs International Airport in 2020. Southwest Airlines will be flying to Palm Springs International Airport in 2020. The airline announced that it intends to start year-round service to both Palm Springs and Miami international airports later this year.
Q: What is the tax rate in Palm Desert?
A: The minimum combined 2020 sales tax rate for Palm Desert, California is 7.75%. This is the total of state, county and city sales tax rates. The California sales tax rate is currently 6%.
Q: How far is Palm Desert from Las Vegas?
A: The distance between Las Vegas and Palm Desert is 184 miles. The road distance is 296.4 miles.
Q: What is the most luxurious hotel in Palm Springs?
A: Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs, La Quinta Resort and Club, Miramonte Resort and Spa, Parker Palm Springs, Rancho Las Palmas Resort and Spa, Renaissance Esmeralda Indian Wells Resort and Spa, Ritz Carlton Rancho Mirage, Westin Mission Hills Resort and Spa.
Q: Is downtown Palm Springs Safe?
A: Palm Springs has a beautiful downtown where every Thursday they host a street fair where many people go to eat or buy items. Palm Springs is a very safe city and you will not have to be worried about your safety if you come and visit. Palm Springs is a tourist town.
Q: Is Palm Springs a healthy place to live?
A: The weather makes Palm Springs an excellent place to live. Palm Springs has a dynamic extreme-health community, too — doctors, lifeextension celebrities, and enthusiastic citizens who are interested in longevity and living the best, healthiest life possible.
Q: What’s so great about Palm Springs?
A: Palm Springs, California, was once the proverbial playground of movie stars, but now it’s a fun and laid-back destination for anyone who wants to enjoy a posh desert getaway. With a focus on art and design, Palm Springs is the perfect blend of nature and sophistication, with just the right amount of kitsch.
Q: Why is it so windy in Palm Springs?
A: The two major factors that create strong winds in Palm Springs are mountains and pressure. First, the mountains: three ranges surround the Coachella Valley. Strong breezes typically move through various mountain passes in the region, particularly the San Gorgonio Pass (west toward Cabazon and Banning).