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Palm Springs, California, United States  (# 19604)
 On the Fairway - Private Home, Pool, Spa, & Vi
  VacationsFRBO Palm Springs Vacation Rentals Property ID 19604 Brentwood  

Major City: Palm Springs
Distance: 0 mi

Type:   House
Area: Golf

Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Baths: 2
Size: 1950 Sq Ft

Internet: Yes
Pets OK: No
Pool: Yes
Spa: Yes

Calendar: No
Exchange: Yes
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: Yes

 
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Languages: English

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2006-08-03

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Private Home - 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6 comfortably in Two
Cal King and One Queen beds
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Description:

Dramatically situated on a spacious 1/4 acre lot directly on Palm
Springs' Tahquitz Creek golf course. This stylish Alexander built
Mid-Century ranch home features an open floor plan with inside and
outside views overlooking a beautiful new saline water pool,
Jacuzzi
, golf course, and the incredible San Jacinto Mountains.

Features a spacious great room, separate dining area, and a 2-car
garage with remote garage opener. The roomy master suite features an
en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet. Walls of glass open to an
expansive outdoor living area, making this home ideal for relaxing,
barbecuing, sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying the warm desert weather.

Boasting excellent curb appeal with a beautifully landscaped desert
style front yard. No overhead utility lines means unobstructed fairway
and mountain views can be enjoyed from the private rear yard with
mature landscaping and citrus trees. South facing exposure enables
full east to west sunshine at the pool throughout the day, as well as
spectacular views of the San Jacinto mountains.

A new saline-water pool features a tanning shelf, spa and outdoor fire
pit. The property has been thoughtfully updated with new flooring, new
interior paint, partially updated baths, newer evaporative cooler, new
interior glass doors, and audio wiring throughout living area.

Come vacation at this Palm Springs home and experience this splendid
space.

You can be among the few guests of this Palm Springs home to take
advantage of the expansive lush grounds with classic design appeal -
poolside seating areas and great indoor and outdoor furnishings.

After lounging in the sun by the pool during the day, you can warm up
on a cool Desert evening next to the outdoor fireplace - while gazing
at the breathtaking mountains and star-filled Desert nights.
Conveniently located on a quiet street near downtown Palm Springs,
just minutes from casinos, shopping, restaurants, and nightlife.

Simply put this is an amazing property at a reasonable rate.



 

     Amenities 


Unlimited Free Phone Calls to anywhere in USA and Canada, Air
Conditioning, Basic Cable TV, Wireless High Speed Internet,
Computer, Stereo, 300 CD Player, VCR, DVD, iPod ready, Private
Jacuzzi, Private Pool, Gas Fire pit, Orange, Lime, and Grapefruit
Trees, Charcoal Webber BBQ, Gas Indoor Fireplace, Foosball Table, Full
Kitchen, Microwave, Coffee Maker, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Ice Maker,
Cooking utensils provided, Linens provided, Washer, Dryer, Garage with
Remote, Tanning Shelf in pool, free golf balls (don't get greedy, just
take what you'll use), Fifteen pieces of Outdoor Furniture including a
Outdoor Dining Table. - No pets or indoor smoking please.



 

     Attractions 


Activities:

Activities (on site or nearby): Hiking, Rock Climbing, Biking, Golf,
Tennis, Water Park, Shopping, Restaurants, Cinemas, Museums,
Sightseeing, Swimming, Sunbathing, Drinking, Eating, and Relaxing!

In the summer, enjoy the Palm Springs Tram up to the cool mountain air
and take in any number of spectacular wilderness hikes. Also enjoy the
water theme park, live theatre and I-Max, museums, and one of the
largest, finest, and varied arrays of air conditioned shopping in
America! Play golf in the morning at any of the more than 100 golf
courses, some world famous. Enjoy the huge new Spa Casino just a mile
away! The fun never stops, unless you want to relax, and then, well,
we've refined that to an art form here!

* Downtown shops, fine restaurants, world class public and private
golf courses, art galleries, Warm Sands Resorts, dance clubs, casinos,
swimming, hiking, botanical gardens, desert landscape parks, water
theme park, aerial tram, tennis, gyms, horseback riding, and shopping
(high-end outlet mall also nearby).
* Enjoy nearby Joshua Tree National Park (an extraordinary
national park set in the desert), the huge Anza Borrega State Park,
and many scenic and wilderness hiking areas. Nearby 10,000 + ft. peaks
offer cool recreation in summer and snow capped views in winter.
* Most Southern California Theme Parks are within a two hour
drive, including Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, San Diego Zoo and Sea
World. There is also a water theme park in Palm Springs.

What To Do In The Desert:

Palm Springs is a resort city in the Santa Rosa Mountains, just south
of Interstate 10 at the foot of 10,000-foot Mt. San Jacinto on the
westernmost edge of the Sonoran Desert. The city is named for the palm
trees that line its streets and for its natural hot springs. These
features along with a warm climate, fashionable hotels and private
homes, golf courses, parks, and swimming pools, make Palm Springs a
major, upscale tourist attraction.

The entire Coachella Valley sits atop a large underground lake. Palm
Springs is one of nine adjacent communities in the Valley, each
offering a similar, yet unique, vacation experience. Most visitors
stay in country-club-type resorts that have transformed the desert
into a semitropical oasis. Recreational opportunities include golf
courses and tennis courts, as well as lavish spas and horseback riding.

Excellent shopping facilities are one of the Palm Springs’ greatest
assets. Shops in the Desert Fashion Plaza equal those of Rodeo Drive
in Beverly Hills. The Courtyard's many boutiques also provide a
high-fashion image. In addition, 21 excellent art galleries, 12
antique stores, and many specialty shops line Palm Canyon Drive. There
is an abundant supply of gourmet restaurants. Many that are less
imposing offer Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Italian, and other cuisine.

Palm Springs lives up to its reputation as a European style resort in
an American setting. There are no billboards or “strip malls.” All of
the cities in the valley have instituted master plans designed to
control growth and to protect the environment. Densities have been cut
back; buildings are limited to six stories with proper set backs;
hillside projects are limited and open space ordinances have been put
into effect. These measures assure that the continuing growth of the
valley will not diminish its gentility, refinement, and natural
attributes.

Among the most popular attractions are the Aerial Tramway, Oasis Water
Resort, Moorten Botanical Gardens, and the spectacular Indian canyons.
The Palm Springs Desert Museum presents desert dioramas and
collections of art and Native American artifacts.

The Living Desert Museum is an outdoor facility that has a large
variety of plants and animals native to the Palm Springs area as well
as more exotic species. The Palm Springs Aerial Museum, located at the
regional airport, houses fully restored World War II-vintage aircraft.

The southwestern-style Mercado Plaza in downtown Palm Springs features
upscale galleries, boutiques and restaurants. Nightlife in the city
includes fine dining and an assortment of bars and nightclubs, as well
as gambling at nearby Native American-owned casinos.

Day trips from Palm Springs offer exciting possibilities. Close to
Palm Springs is the community of Desert Hot Springs, famous for its
hot-springs resorts: some the private domain of Hollywood celebrities;
others open to all.

Highway I-10 leads to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway which climbs
6,000 feet up the San Jacinto Mountain Range, over Chino Canyon,
providing breathtaking views from circular cars. Once at the top,
enjoy a mule ride, a hike through the wilderness or a meal in the
restaurant that overlooks the desert.

The scenic Palms to Pines Highway 74 south from Palm Desert leads to a
pine-scented setting near Idyllwild, a popular mountain vacation area
with a relaxed lifestyle. At the southeastern edge of the Coachella
Valley are the communities of Indio, Coachella and Thermal, where the
date palm gardens, tours, and samplings are the main attractions.

While in the Palm Springs area, consider a side trip to eastern
California's Joshua Tree National Park where the Sonoran and Mojave
deserts meet. In the higher, Mojave portion of the park, a forest of
Joshua Trees and a number of unique granite rock formations called
Inselbergs can be seen. In the lower, Colorado portion, the Pinto
Basin exhibits the beautiful native plants of this hotter Sonoran
Desert. This is an area gaining international recognition for its
winter-season rock climbing. Hiking and mountain biking are other
recreational possibilities, along with back road jeep trips.

The Nature Conservancy's Coachella Valley Preserve in Thousand Palms
includes 13,000 acres of palm oases and high desert bisected by
California's San Andreas Fault. Cecil B. DeMille filmed The King of
Kings there, in and around the Thousand Palms Oasis. Area hiking is
permitted, and visitors can also experience a covered wagon tour.

Despite the presence of celebrities in Palm Springs and the wealth
that is in evidence, the area can also be affordable as a family
destination. Many reasonably priced accommodations can be found
year-round, and those willing to visit in the summer months can find
unexpected bargains. Palm Springs is a vacation destination of rare
beauty and tranquility in any season of the year.



 

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# November 01 - June 14: * $295 per night (3 night min.) Two nights OK for last minute bookings. * $1750 per week. * $3500 per month. # June 15 - October 31 * $225 per night (2 night min.) * $1450 per week. * $2800 per month. Rate Notes: * $100 Non-Refundable Reservation-Housekeeping Fee. * $500 Refundable Security Deposit to protect against damage. * Optional pool & Jacuzzi heating available: $39 per day, $199 per week. Why? Natural gas is outrageously expensive in the desert. The cost of natural gas is easily 1/3 higher than most nearby cities. The water bills are really cheep and it's the desert, go figure! * Month or longer pay gas & electric.



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