Esplanade | Palm Springs
Esplanade is a neighborhood in La Quinta, California. Esplanade mostly features large homes that are competitively priced. This is a well-established community that dates back to 2003, and construction was completed around 2007.
The gated community of Esplanade in North La Quinta includes two developments; Mosaic and Tapestry homes.
As the Esplanade name suggests, an expansive esplanade or park runs through the center of the Esplanade community.
Esplanade is adjacent to Bermuda Dunes Country Club and public golf at Heritage Palms Country Club.
Additional public golf is available at nearby Indian Springs Country Club.
Residents of Esplanade have access to nearby shopping, restaurants and more at the intersection of Jefferson and Fred Waring Drive.
Low monthly HOA dues are another feature that attracts many homebuyers to Esplanade.
Esplanade floor plans range from 2,112 to over 3,000 square feet, with some offering detached guest Casitas. All Esplanade homes are single-level homes.
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 La Quinta windy?
A: Wind in La Quinta is usually calm. The windiest month is May, followed by April and June.
Q: Does La Quinta have snow?
A: La Quinta, California gets 3 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. La Quinta averages 0 inches of
snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.
Q: How far is La Quinta from San Diego?
A: Distance between San Diego and La Quinta is 132 kilometers (82 miles). Driving distance from San Diego to La Quinta is 209 kilometers (130
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 is the hottest temperature ever recorded in Palm Springs?
A: The hottest temperature ever recorded in Palm Springs is 123 degrees and it was first reached on August 1, 1993.
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.