Triple Garage Pool 4 Bedroom
Great new Price...Three Car Garage - Gated Community - Pool & Spa - 4 Bedroom! Almost 2,500 square feet of Desert Perfection. If you want it all at a great price this home has it!
Single Family Residential
4 beds3 full baths2476 sqft
Lot: 0.20acresYear built: 2003
Indio California was incorporated in 1930 and is the oldest and largest city in the Coachella Valley. The current population is over 80,000 residents. The City began life as a railroad town, with the Southern Pacific Railroad Depot. Golf has always been a part of that history with records showing the second Golf Course built in the city about 1947 – now know as Indian Palms Country Club.
Agriculture played a big part in the history of the city and the Date was the king of it all. For many years the city was called the Date Capital of the United States and since the 1940’s has played host to the National Date Festival. In modern times during Desert Storm in the 1990’s millions of pounds of Indio Dates were airlifted to the Middle east to feed the refugees from the conflict there.
Today Indio is a diverse community with a strong commercial segment, the Fair Grounds, golf resorts, planned developments, condos, a major hospital and the County Court systems within city limits.
Indio plays host to two of the fastest growing music festivals in the country Coachella Fest and Stagecoach Festival as well as Art shows, the Tamale Festival and the National Date festival.
Some of the Indio advantages include lower business costs and a higher quality of life, low-cost utilities, quality public services, State Enterprise Zone tax benefits, business-friendly government and location, location, location.
Indio is also home to the Coachella Valley History Museum
The museum campus contains the Smiley-Tyler House, a 1926 adobe home which houses the main exhibits, the historic 1909 Schoolhouse, and the soon to be opened Date Museum. Also, the spacious grounds hold a variety of gardens, including a Memorial Date Garden, a Japanese Garden, and the oldest Cork Oak tree in the Coachella Valley. Other highlights include our Submarine house, a Blacksmith shop, and the archives for the Historical Society.