Four Seasons | Palm Springs
Four Seasons is a community designed for those who are at a minimum 55 years old. A relaxing and superlative retirement awaits at this exclusive resort. It boasts a large clubhouse, fitness center, tennis courts, and of course, a resort style pool and spa.
Affordable prices range from $300,000 to $500,000 or more. Homes are graciously sized with attached garages and many contemporary upgrades. The California ranch style design provides ample space for family and friends.
On the north side of Palm Springs, Four Seasons has unobstructed views of the surrounding mountains and loads of green space. Quiet and secluded, the neighborhood is still within easy reach of shopping essentials at the Sunrise Square Shopping Center, and minutes from the dining and entertainment scene in downtown Palm Springs.
These homes are located on fee land that is owned.
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Q: What’s special about Four Seasons?
A: Four Seasons in Palm Springs has the largest concentration of mid-century modern residential architecture in the world showcased every February during the Modernism Week celebration. 9. With more than 50000 pools Greater Palm Springs can boast that it has more pools per capita than anywhere else in the country.
Q: Which is hotter Las Vegas or Four Seasons?
A: Winters are mild spring and fall are warm and comfortable while summer temperatures can get a bit extreme. Summer days in Four Seasons regularly reach 100 degrees while Las Vegas tends to be a few to even several degrees warmer than that.
Q: What is the crime rate in Four Seasons California?
A: 49 per one thousand residents
With a crime rate of 49 per one thousand residents Palm Springs has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes – from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. One’s chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 21.