Citrus Club | Palm Springs
The Citrus Club community has 625 homes surround this breathtaking 55+ active adult community. Developed within a vast grove of citrus trees in 1998 and completed in 2013, it is centrally located on Pomelo right past Avenue 50 in La Quinta, CA.
A private guard-gated country club community which is affiliated with the world famous La Quinta Resort & Club.
The Citrus is designed and tailored for those who want a private golf club, and the amenities of the La Quinta Resort & Club.
This includes full access to the 15,000 sq. ft fitness center, 23 tennis courts, 39 pools, 20,000 sq. ft clubhouse and full-service spa.
Entering the private gates at The Citrus Club in La Quinta, you’ll soon discover how the Citrus Club received its name. As the name suggests, the Citrus Club community was developed within a vast grove of citrus trees, many of which still grace the Citrus grounds today.
It began development in the mid-90’s with a select number of developers building both attached and free-standing homes–many offering sweeping views of the Citrus golf course, lakes and of course the spectacular Santa Rosa Mountains.
Development has continued recently with a number of newer small developments both on and off the Citrus course and in all price segments.
Real estate opportunities at Citrus Club include a variety of luxury custom homes and semi-custom homes ranging in style from Santa Barbara to contemporary.
Sheri Dettman is happy to setup your private tour of the club or to arrange viewing of any Citrus Club property.
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.
Q: How far is La Quinta from LA?
A: Distance between Los Angeles and La Quinta is 184 kilometers (114 miles). Driving distance from Los Angeles to La Quinta is 207 kilometers (129 miles).
Q: Why is it called Laquinta?
A: As travel to the desert became easier, Los Angeles residents began making trips to the area. When La Quinta incorporated on May 1, 1982, it was named for the La Quinta Resort which had been established in 1926. Quick FAQ’s: La Quinta in Spanish means “the fifth;” also “quinta” is a type of hacienda.
Q: Is La Quinta a nice place to live?
A: Overall, it’s a great place to live, very quiet (depending on your neighborhood) and very rural. So much to do and so many ways to have fun! La quinta is a very quiet and safe place to life.
Q: What county is La Quinta CA in?
A: Riverside County
Q: Is La Quinta a city?
A: La Quinta (Spanish for the fifth) is a resort city in Riverside County, California, United States, specifically in the Coachella Valley between Indian Wells and Indio. The population was 37,467 at the 2010 census, up from 23,694 at the 2000 census.
Q: What is the windiest month in Palm Springs?
A: Hottest Month July (93 °F avg), Coldest Month December (57 °F avg), Wettest Month February (0.24″ avg), Windiest Month May (9 mph avg).
Q: How far is it from Palm Springs to the ocean?
A: They are all about a two-hour drive from the Palm Springs area (without traffic) depending on where you are staying in the valley. Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, San Clemente, Del Mar, and even La Jolla aren’t that much farther.
Q: Can you drink tap water in Palm Springs?
A: All drinking water provided by CVWD is safe to drink and meets all state and federal standards.
Q: Will Palm Springs run out of water?
A: Palm Springs only gets about 5.5 inches of rain a year, so its water doesn’t come from clouds overhead, for the most part. Since 1973, the area’s water agencies have channeled more than 3.1 million acre-feet of imported water back into the aquifer. And as long as the water has flowed, Palm Springs has flowered.
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.