Perfect size vacation or retirement home. Italian porcelain tile throughout living areas and hallways. Loads of windows for sun and fresh air! Stainless appliances, granite slab counters plus wood cabinets. A tall, deep pantry cupboard enhances your kitchen storage. There is an eating nook in the windowed kitchen and room to have a dining table in the great room. The master suite offers privacy and twin sinks with a large walk-in shower. There's a spacious walk-in closet, as well. Guests have their own wing. The laundry room has a a number of wood cabinets and a sink. The deep 2 car garage has plenty of space for storage. At the end of the street is a beautiful greenbelt where owners can walk pets or just stroll. This home is ideally located between the two clubhouses of SCSH where you will find the 3 pools, 3 spas, tennis courts, pickle ball courts, 2 golf courses, library, clubs, events, 2 fitness centers, restaurant and snack bars. Landlord pays HOA dues, trash and landscaping.
Updated: 1/22/2019 11:45:49 PM
Posted: 1/9/2019 | Updated: 1/22/2019 11:45:49 PM
Listing Agent/Office: Bonnie Steele, Bennion Deville Homes
Source: CDAR
Special Features
INTERIOR FEATURES : Hi-Speed Data Wiring,High Ceilings,Open Floor Plan,Recessed Lighting,Storage Space
ROOMS : Great Room,Guest Room,Utility Room
HEATING TYPE : Central Furnace,Forced Air
SEWER : In, Connected & Paid
KITCHEN FEATURES : Counter-Granite Slab
PATIO FEATURES : Concrete Slab,Covered
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Bonnie Steele
CalBRE#: 01701506
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An Overview of Indio

Indio, "the City of Festivals," is the municipal anchor for the Eastern Coachella Valley cities, including Coachella, Mecca, Salton City and Thermal. Indio is located east of Palm Springs, just past the city of La Quinta on the Highway 111 corridor.

One of the oldest cities in the Coachella Valley, Indio began as a railroad town, serving as the mid-way point for the Southern Pacific Railroad`s trek between Yuma, Arizona and Los Angeles. Indio quickly grew into an agricultural center due to its arid climate, year-round sunshine and the ability of local farmers to attain irrigational water through artesian wells and later via the Coachella Valley`s branch of the All-American Canal.