49200 Avenida Fernando

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Luxury Living in Lago La Quinta!

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49151 Avenida Anselmo $1,199,999

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I captured this shot at PGA West today.  The Humana Challenge is coming to La Quinta and the tents, signs, and bleachers are going up! 

Our home course, La Quinta Country Club will also be hosting the amateurs and pros! It is my favorite week of the year and I can hardly wait!

For a list of the pros playing in the Humana this year, click here:  Humana Pros



Why Live at La Quinta Country Club?

Why Live at La Quinta Country Club?

 If you are thinking of moving to La Quinta in the Palm Springs area, you definitely need to check out the La Quinta Country Club neighborhood.  The location is one of the most desirable in the area with amazing views of the Santa Rosa Mountains and it’s proximity to Old Town La Quinta and the La Quinta Resort & Spa.  

The golf course at La Quinta Country Club is a classic design that is the favorite of the pros in the Humana Challenge.  It is a walkable course that challenges the scratch golfer, and is playable and fun for the high handicapper.  

The homes are eclectic in style and range from $300,000 to $1,800,000… so there are many different options and opportunities at La Quinta Country Club!  Give me a call and I’ll take you on a private tour!




5 Frequently Asked Questions Golfers Ask About La Quinta

5 Frequently Asked Questions Golfers Ask About La Quinta


La Quinta Country Club, 16th hole 


 1.  Question: Are their public golf courses available for La Quinta residents?

     Answer: Yes!  SilverRock Golf Course in La Quinta has discounted rates for residents. The historic La Quinta Resort & Spa has both the Mountain and Dunes courses open to the public, and PGA West has The Stadium, the Nicklaus Tournament, and the Greg Norman courses. 

2.  Question:  Where are the best places in the desert to buy clubs, golf clothes, and gear?

     Answer:  Pete Carlson’s in Palm Desert, Lumpy’s in La Quinta, and most resorts have great resort wear and golf gear year-round.  



3. Question: Why join a private club?

   Answer:  Private clubs in La Quinta provide activities like tennis, swimming, fitness centers, tournaments, and social activities in a club atmosphere.  They make living the desert life a special experience, where you can form friendships and you and your family can make the most of your time here!


4. Question:  What is over-seeding and when does it happen?

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 Answer:  Each fall, beginning in October, most of the golf courses in the desert are over-seeded with rye grass.  The water is shut off for a number of days, drying out the bermuda fairways and greens.  The courses are thatched and raked and then over-seeded with the winter rye and the water is turned back on.  This ensures the bright green grass all winter, when the bermuda goes dormant.  Many of the courses are closed for 4-6 weeks during this time and are ready to go in early November for the beginning of the “season”.



 5. Question: What are your favorite courses in La Quinta?

    Answer:  For a traditional course that I could play everyday, I prefer La Quinta Country Club.  For great views and fun tournaments, I play The Hideaway Golf Club The Traditon Golf Club.  When I want to play a very special Fazio design: The Quarry. If you are looking for a challenge:  The Mountain Course, at La Quinta Resort!

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The Tradition Golf Club, La Quinta 




5 Frequently Asked Questions from Buyers at La Quinta CC 

5 FAQ’s About Living in the Palm Springs Area

5 Frequently Asked Questions from Buyers at La Quinta CC

5 Frequently Asked Questions from Buyers at La Quinta Country Club

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1. Question:   Do I have to become a La Quinta Country Club member in order to live in the neighborhood?

Answer:   No.  Club membership is not mandatory to live in the La Quinta Country Club neighborhood.

2. Question:  What are the HOA’s at La Quinta Country Club?

Answer:  The HOA dues vary depending on which area of the neighborhood you live.  They range from $180.00 to $695.00/mo.  Check with your agent for details in each area.



3. Question:  Are the community pools and spas heated in the winter?

Answer:  One or two of the pools in each neighborhood are heated throughout the winter.

4.  Question:  Can I play the golf course, even though I am not a member?

Answer:  No, the golf course is for members only.  For information on membership, contact Kelly O’Day at 760-564-4151.

5.  Question:  How much are homes in the La Quinta Country Club neighborhood?

Answer:  Home prices range from $299,000 to $1,599,000.

Last 5 Sales in La Quinta Country Club June 2013


Last 5 Sales in La Quinta Country Club June 2013

  • 78055 Coronados Circle  Listed 10/05/09  for $519,000–  SOLD 06/05/13 for $385,000
  • 78172 San Timoteo Drive  Listed 01/24/2013 for $1,395,000—   SOLD 02/04/2013 for $960,000
  • 48801 Santa Ursula Drive   Listed 03/30/2013 for $609,000—   SOLD 06/04/2013 doe $550,000
  • 49452 Avila Drive  Listed 02/13/2013 for $430,000—   SOLD 05/29/2013 for $365,000
  • 48840 Eisenhower Drive  Listed 10/25/2012 for $550,000—   SOLD 05/17/2013 for $500,000


Homes in La Quinta Country Club are beginning to sell– once they are reduced and priced realistically.  Saavy buyers know that our market still has not rebounded like the beach communities or the Bay area and their offers reflect it.

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