If you’re looking for a mid-sized resort that caters to 55 and older, then the Four Seasons at Palm Springs, designed by K. Hovnanian, may be just the thing. This community is popular for retirees who are interested in luxury amenities, but want the opportunities to make long, lasting relationships.
There are many clubs and activities at Four Seasons and residents enjoy everything from yoga to golf. It’s easy to find people with similar interests like bowling, poker, or simply chatting over coffee. The Lodge offers a fitness center, salon, library, and room for activities. Conference rooms are also available for meetings or special events. There are two pools and a spa, as well as courts for tennis, bocce ball, basketball, and shuffleboard.
There are 477 homes in this scenic landscape looking out onto the desert and mountains. Homeowners have many choices between seven floor plans that feature single-family and ranch-style homes. Sizes range from 1,900 to 2,800 square feet and a few resale homes are available. Amenities include private courtyards, spacious living rooms, granite countertops, and state-of-the-art appliances. There are trails throughout the neighborhood for biking and walking. Schools for this area include Vista Del Monte Elementary, Raymond Cree Middle, and Palm Springs High School.
Four Seasons is only about five minutes away from downtown Palm Springs, and minutes from I-10 which will take you to Los Angeles and San Diego. Palm Springs is the home of Palm Canyon Drive which is the area’s main shopping district. It offers posh boutiques, unique design shops, and eclectic restaurants. In the wilderness of Coachella Valley, the outdoors enthusiast enjoys horseback riding, biking, and hiking. The city also offers many facilities for golfing, swimming, and tennis.
Palm Springs relies on tourism for its economy with over a million visitors each year. It has many conventions, festivals, and events like the Palm Springs International Film Festival. And it’s the home of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the largest rotating aerial tramcar in the world.
980 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262-0119
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