Del Webb Sun City | Palm Springs
Del Webb’s Sun City Palm Desert is a resort-style 55+ community in Palm Desert, California. This nearly 5,000-home community is the ideal retreat for active adults who want a community in Coachella Valley that offers a world-class lineup of amenities that include three clubhouses and two 18-hole championship golf courses.
Sun City Palm Desert is a masterfully crafted community that was the result of many years of careful planning.
The knowledge and experience Del Webb acquired while building their popular Sun City brands across Arizona in the 1970s and 80s led to a home-run with the opening of Sun City Palm Desert.
Homebuyers often choose Sun City Palm Desert for its variety of floor plans, well-manicured landscaping, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, craft studios, stimulating intellectual activities and a multitude of recreational opportunities.
Active adults looking for homes for sale in Palm Desert, CA will enjoy what Sun City Palm Desert has to offer.
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: Is it expensive to live in Palm Desert?
A: Palm Desert cost of living is 122.0.
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: What is the nicest area of Palm Springs?
A: The neighborhoods of Indian Canyons, The Mesa, Vista Las Palmas, Las Palmas, The Movie Colony, The Tennis Club, and Twin Palms are all nice neighborhoods. Palm Springs is where you will find the Indian Canyons for great hiking and sightseeing as well as the tram going up to Mount San Jacinto.
Q: Where should I stay in Palm Springs?
A: L’Horizon Resort & Spa, Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs Hotel, Holiday House, Colony Palms Hotel, Parker Palm Springs.
Q: How do I get from Palm Springs to Los Angeles?
A: Taking a train is the cheapest way to get from Palm Springs to Los Angeles. Tickets average $23.50, and there are two direct trains per day that will get you into L.A. in about 3 hours and 30 minutes. A nonstop flight would get you there in 1 hour and 10 minutes, but would cost around $300.