Convenience at its best! The highly sought after Mesquite Country Club, Phase III is centrally located and minutes away to downtown Palm Springs. The library, grocery stores (Ralph's and Fresh n Easy), parks and the golf course are a short walk from the condo. A mile and a half south of the property is the Smoketree Commons, more shops! Located just east of Sunrise Way and off of Camino Parocela (south of Ramon Road.), this lower-level Mesquite Country Club condo offers lots of privacy. It is an end unit in a gated community.
The unit is just steps away from one of the heated pools and spas. Covered parking is abundant right in front of the condo. The tennis courts offer both day and night time access and are just off the paths that surround the golf course where you can take a bike ride or enjoy a nice stroll while taking in the view of the San Jacinto Mountain Range.
The condo is tastefully appointed and accommodates 2 people comfortably. There is a breakfast bar in the fully equipped kitchen. The bedroom comes with a queen bed along with 2 chests of drawers and lots of closet space. There is a huge shower stall in the nicely updated bathroom. The unit has 2 outside patios, a Weber gas barbeque grill, and a full size washer and dryer. Of course, there is internet access!
This wonderful condo home is a peaceful and wonderful place to relax... Enjoy your Palm Springs getaway!!! Recharge....
I have been in the travel industry these past 29 years. Still loving it... I have resided in other major cities, one coast to the other. Travel is my passion. My travel experiences have afforded me lots of compassion thus having improved my ability to deal with people from different walks of life, different abilities and temperaments. Just loving life!!!
This property is centrally located in Palm Springs. There is plenty to do or none at all... It is all about choice. I love Palm Springs as it is a small town but it has everything a big Metropolitan City has to offer. It is a diverse community! I bought the property in 2004 during my the first visit to the Desert in 2004. I love it here...
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