What kind of homes will you find in Palm Desert — and in the cities that surround the area? If you’re like most people, you have an idea of how many bedrooms you want your home to have and what amenities are the most important to you. To take it a step further, have you thought about what sort of style your home will feature? There are several common architectural styles that you’ll find throughout Palm Desert. Here are a few of the most popular trends and patterns that you’ll see.
If you’re interested in living inside a country club in Palm Desert, here are a few of the top options for you to consider.
Palm Desert Country Club
The golf club at Palm Desert Country Club features wide fairways and breathtaking mountain views. Coachella Valley Weekly recently nominated the course as one of the best public options in the entire valley. The modern restaurant serves delicious pub-style food and beverages. You’ll want to come by sometime on a Saturday night when they have live music playing.
Indian Ridge Country Club
Many of the homes inside Indian Ridge Country Club feature Mediterranean or Spanish-style architecture, which you’ll learn more about below. Living in Indian Ridge affords you the opportunity to regularly play both of their championship-style golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer and Tom Weiskopf. You can also enjoy their fitness center, tennis courts, and swimming pool when you aren’t connecting with fellow club members or dining at the clubhouse restaurant.
Palm Valley Country Club
At Palm Valley Country Club, you’ll find 36 holes of championship golf on two courses designed by Ted Robinson Jr. The private club seeks to offer its members the best amenities and service that they will find from any club in the Valley.
Mid-century modern homes value functionality and simplicity in their design. They normally have flat and low roofs, and they typically use natural elements such as wood and stone in their construction. Neutral colors help these homes better blend in with the surrounding environment. Inside you’ll find open-concept living areas along with built-in cabinets and shelves. Mid-century modern homes use large windows to bring in more natural light and boost the home’s energy-efficiency.
Desert Modernism is known for minimalist lines that are clean and flat. Floor plans are typically open, and you’ll frequently see sliding glass doors and large windows that bring in more natural light. Many homes have carports rather than full garages. Notable architects who built Desert Modernist homes include Richard Neutra and John Lautner, who first trained under well-known architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Terri Munselle is an experienced Palm Desert real estate agent who has spent many years working in the industry. During that time, she has built a relationship with key area professionals such as fellow real estate agents as well as others involved in the home buying or selling process. Her area knowledge and market familiarity will be tremendous assets for you as you shop for homes for sale in Palm Desert.