Colony Cove Indian Wells | Palm Springs

Colony Cove | Palm Springs

Colony Cove is located off Cook St and Hwy 111 in Indian Wells, CA.  Colony Cove is a wonderful community consisting of 97 single-family homes.  This hidden jewel of Indian Wells was built from 1999-2001, it features immaculate landscaping and a host of amenities.

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No community pools, tennis courts or onsite golf.  This keeps the HOA dues extremely low.  Just a 5 minute drive to famed El Paseo shopping/restaurant and 15 minutes to the Palm Springs Airport.

Indian Wells residents enjoy discounted greens fees at the Indian Wells Golf Resort, as well as food discounts in the IW Club VUE and local hotel restaurants.

Centrally located in the resort town of Indian Wells, Colony Cove offers the finest in luxury living surrounded by the upscale amenities and attractions of Indian Wells and Palm Desert.

The community is in walking distance to top-notch restaurants and only a short drive to the upscale El Paseo shopping district.

Colony Cove residents are just minutes from some of the best golf courses in the valley and can take advantage of discounted golf at Indian Wells Golf Resort.

This 36-hole golf resort features a magnificent 53,000 square-foot clubhouse and two golf courses ranked in the Top 25 “Best Municipal Courses in the United States” by Golfweek Magazine.

From the Indian Wells Tennis Garden (home of the BNP Paribas Open) to Spa Esmeralda to strolling the scenic neighborhood streets,  Colony Cove residents have many options for enjoying an active, resort lifestyle.

Interstate 10 is only a 10-minute drive north and Hwy 111 is about a 5-minute drive South of Colony Cove. The Palm Springs International Airport is about a 20-minute drive away.

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 Indian Wells a good place to live?
A: Living in Indian Wells offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Indian Wells there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many retirees live in Indian Wells and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Indian Wells are highly rated.

Q: How far is Indian Wells from Palm Springs?
A: Nestled in a cove of the Santa Rosa Mountains, the city of Indian Wells, California, blossoms with palm trees, gardens and lush, breathtaking scenery in all directions and features some of Greater Palm Springs’ most luxurious resorts offering world class dining, spas and meeting facilities yet is just a 20-minute drive.

Q: What is Indian Wells known for?
A: When it comes to tennis in Greater Palm Springs, nothing compares to Indian Wells. Widely known as “Tennis Paradise”, this oasis in the desert is home to the award-winning BNP Paribas Open – the world’s largest combined men’s and women’s professional tennis tournament.

Q: How much does it cost to fly to Palm Springs?
A: Flights to Palm Springs, California from $39.

Q: What is the coldest month in Palm Springs?
A: December is the coldest month in Palm Springs, California, with an average high-temperature of 69.3°F (20.7°C) and an average low temperature of 44.1°F (6.7°C).

Q: What to do in Palm Springs when it’s hot?
A: Tips for Staying Cool in Hot Palm Springs: Hit the Pool. Spending your days (and nights) in the pool is a summertime ritual in the desert, preferably with a cold beverage in hand, Visit a Museum. The Coachella Valley is home to some great museums, making for a perfect indoor, A/C-enhanced activity, Get Elevated, Treat Yourself, Tee Off in the Dark.