Palm Desert Bungalow Rental Photos and Description
2 bedroom, ea. with full bath, two furnished patio, completley privite spa.
This Sandpiper home has two bedrooms, each bedroom has a full bath; the master bedroom has glass sliding doors that open onto a, totally private, furnished patio with spa. The dinning area also opens onto this patio for easy indoor- outdoor dinning. This home is quiet, comfortable and charmingly decorated . There is a full kitchen with all the equipment needed for your stay.The living room opens onto a second furnished patio facing the large heated pool, manicured lawns, gardens and mountain views. Fruit trees (orange, lemon, grapefruit) are just outside your door.
The home has high-speed WI/FI Internet service, TVs, and a DVD player. There is a laundry room with washer and dryer. All phone calls are free to the US and Canada.
The location is one of the best in the desert; it is just off El Paseo Drive with its outdoor restaurants, art galleries and up scale shopping. A free shuttle, that you can hop off and on, runs up and down El Paseo. The popular 'River' entertainment complex with restaurants, shopping and movie theaters is only 5 minutes away. Beautiful Highway 111 the main artery from Palm Springs to Indio is just a few blocks away as well as Highway 74 which can take you up into the mountains in 20 minutes.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
A great benefit to staying at this home is that I live close by and work just down the street an art gallery on El Paseo so I am available if you have a question or need help. Also the indoor outdoor experience as many of the rooms open to the outside ( the master bedroom, living room, dinning room) and as our weather is so beautiful most of the time one can take full advantage of this. One of the two furnished patio has a spa area and this area is walled and completely private.
As well as the other benefits with the location already mentioned. It is a short walk to the Palm Springs Museum in Palm Desert, there are tennis court butting the mountains as well as hiking trails. You can walk to stores to get your groceries or go out to eat.