La Quinta Cove
Nestled up against the majestic Santa Rosa Mountains is the unique and charming La Quinta Cove. The community is an eclectic mix of diverse properties and nearby amenities that draw a wide range of people in to call La Quinta Cove their home.
La Quinta Cove Real Estate
Homes in La Quinta Cove are very diverse. Entry level properties can start in the $200’s and can go up much higher with some properties in the multi-million dollar range. La Quinta Cove is home to numerous chefs, musicians, award-winning architects, designers, and artists.
La Quinta Cove does not have a HOA so there are no fees. The Cove Neighborhood Association (CNA) works with the city and all City of La Quinta codes are strictly enforced. With no HOA residents are not bound by Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs). This allows for each resident to express themselves through their homes contributing to the wide array of colors and styles seen in this community.
Architectural styles within La Quinta Cove include; Santa Fe Pueblo, Mediterranean, and Mid-Century Contemporary. There are hundreds of homes within the area. Those currently for sale range in price from the mid $200’s up to the high $900’s or more. With such a assorted collection of properties a description of the starting property and one for an owner in search of more house is in order.
A typical starter house in the community is a two-bedroom two-bathroom ranch-style home. A property such as this ranges in size from 1,200 square feet to 1,800 square feet. Most properties have a two car garage and stucco walls or fences made of wood or chain link. Central heating and a fireplace will keep you warm on cold nights while central AC will keep you cool as the summer sun shines. The flooring is mostly carpet although many properties have been given personal touches to add wood or tile flooring. Major appliances such as the range, washer, and dryer are electric. A property such as this will cost around the mid to high $200’s.
For those looking for extra space and more amenities the community has four-bedroom four-bathroom homes in the low $900’s. Homes such as this are built more recently and provide spacious floor plans and larger lots with some units exceeding 3,000 square feet. Many are designed in the Santa Fe Pueblo style of architecture and are complimented well by desert landscaping at its finest. Exteriors features a courtyards with fountains, ample space for entertaining, gas-heated swimming pools, and three car garages. Within the property one often finds several fire places, wonderfully designed kitchens, cathedral ceilings, lavish bedrooms and so much more.
Amenities in the area of La Quinta Cove are as numerous and diverse as the homes that make up this community. Golfers will enjoy dozens of golf courses, over two dozen of which are recognized by the PGA. Don’t miss SilverRock, the municipal golf course designed by Arnold Palmer. The close proximity to the Santa Rosa Mountains provides almost endless miles of hiking, jogging, and biking trails for the adventurous. There are many city parks, Old Town, a museum, library, and excellent schools and public services that provide safety and California charm you have to see to believe.
A great place to start your visit to La Quinta Cove is City Hall just outside the Cove. The City Hall is located at 78495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta, CA 92253.