Cactus Flower La Quinta | Palm Springs
Cactus Flower is a La Quinta neighborhood offering three and four bedroom homes. Residents enjoy easy access to the main arteries of Miles Ave, Washington, and Fred Waring, near the popular and expanding shopping of La Quinta and world famous Indian Wells Tennis Gardens. A non-gated community which features homes ranging in size from 1,336 square feet to 3,416 square feet and three to five bedrooms.
Residents enjoy fantastic views of the surrounding mountains and No – HOA. The neighborhood has a great sense of community.
Walking distance to John Glenn Middle School and Amilia Earhart Elementary School. Close to shopping, entertainment and easy freeway 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: Is La Quinta a safe place to live?
A: La Quinta Makes Top 50 Safest Cities in California, according to new report. In the population of almost 42,000 residents in La Quinta, the report states there’s about 1.6 violent crimes per 1,000 people.
Q: How far is La Quinta from Palm Springs?
A: There are 17.75 miles from Palm Springs to La Quinta in southeast direction and 25 miles (40.23 kilometers) by car, following the I-10 E route. Palm Springs and La Quinta are 33 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop .
Q: What is La Quinta known for?
A: The city is known for arts and culture, natural beauty, and an Old World atmosphere with a distinctly 21st century focus on health and wellness. West golf complex in La Quinta. La Quinta has more than 212 acres of parkland area.
Q: What is there to do in La Quinta this weekend?
A: Things to Do in La Quinta are Marvyn’s Magic Theater, Old Town La Quinta, La Quinta Museum, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Lake Cahuilla Recreation Area, La Quinta Library.
Q: What are the best Places in La Quinta?
A: CVWD receives water from the Colorado River through the 123-mile (198 km) Coachella Branch of the All American Canal. Water in the canal flows entirely by gravity, dropping in elevation an average of one foot per mile. In the Coachella Valley, Colorado River water is used primarily for agricultural irrigation.
Q: Is Palm Springs expensive to live?
A: Palm Springs, California’s cost of living is 22% higher than the national average. The cost of living in any area can vary based on factors such as your career, its average salary and the real estate market of that area.
Q: Where does Palm Springs get its water?
A: All domestic water comes from the aquifer/groundwater basin beneath the valley floor ranging from Palm Springs to the Salton Sea and has an estimated capacity of 39.2 million acre feet (an acre foot = 325,851 gallons) down to 1,000 feet (300 m) as determined by the U. S. Geological Survey.
Q: Where can I play golf in Palm Springs?
A: Desert Willow Golf Resort, Escena Golf Club, Indian Wells Golf Club, Indian Wells Golf Resort, Marriott’s Shadow Ridge Golf Club, Indian Canyons Golf Resort, PGA West TPC Stadium Golf Course, Classic Club Golf.
Q: How many golf courses are in Palm Springs?
A: The Coachella Valley a desert oasis framed by the Santa Rosa Mountains two hours east of Los Angeles becomes a hotbed of activity in winter thanks to more than 100 golf courses.
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.