La Quinta Cove | Palm Springs
The Southern California Desert offers up the La Quinta Cove, which is a non-gated single family residence community of approx. 1200 homes. La Quinta Cove has some of the lowest priced homes in the area making this one of La Quinta’s most affordable neighborhoods.
With beautiful mountain scenery, a diverse community of artists, and affordable housing options.
La Quinta Cove is a bustling, family neighborhood that nestles in one of the most beautiful Coves in all of the desert.
The Cove is a non-gated community that offers an alternative to the golf course communities that make up such a large part of La Quinta.
Surrounded by the gorgeous, purple Santa Rosa Mountains, the cove is also encircled by a 7.2 mile bike path. Used by local Triathletes to train as well as locals who love to take walks, ride their bikes, roller skate, skate board or hike, the Cove is a very active, out door community.
A golf cart ride from Old Town La Quinta with it’s Farmer’s market on Sunday mornings, coffee shop, movies on the lawn, outdoor entertainment, and restaurants, there’s plenty to do!
The La Quinta Resort and Club is about ½ mile away on Eisenhower and Interstate 10 is about a 20 minute drive North up Washington.
La Quinta’s new civic center, Library, Senior Center, and Fritz Burns’ Park with its lap pool, tennis courts and park like areas are just part of the family amenities offered to residents of the Cove.
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: 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: 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.
Q: Where can I play golf in Palm Springs?
A: Desert Willow Golf Resort, Escena Golf Club, Indian Wells Golf Club, Indian Wells Golf Resort, Marriott’s Shadow Ridge Golf Club, Indian Canyons Golf Resort, PGA West TPC Stadium Golf Course, Classic Club Golf.
Q: How many golf courses are in Palm Springs?
A: The Coachella Valley a desert oasis framed by the Santa Rosa Mountains two hours east of Los Angeles becomes a hotbed of activity in winter thanks to more than 100 golf courses.