Best Value in Cimarron Cove - Definite sweat equity in this 3 bedroom, 2 bath newer construction home with full western mountain views from the back. Similar models sold in upwards of the high $400K's back at the height of the market in 2007. Cimarron Cove is a gated, park like community offering single family detached homes with manicured grounds, community swimming pool & spa, sport court & recreation area. Adjacent to the Cimarron Public Golf Course & literally just over the bridge to Palm Springs. This well maintained home was nicely upgraded during build, with custom wood cabinetry, granite counter tops, ceramic tile flooring throughout (except bedrooms), French doors off living room & master bedroom, Pergola covered rear patio, all on a premium pool sized lot. This single level home on fee simple land (you own) is an interior location home, does not back up to Landau or Ramon. Take advantage of this incredible value, it is sure to sell quickly
Updated: 6/23/2018 2:16:30 AM
Posted: 5/3/2018 | Updated: 6/23/2018 2:16:30 AM
Listing Agent/Office: Joe Simeone, Bennion Deville Homes
Special Features
BATHROOMFEATURES : Shower and Tub,Shower Over Tub
BEDROOMFEATURES : Master Retreat,WalkInCloset
HEATINGTYPE : Central Furnace,Forced Air
COOLINGTYPE : Ceiling Fan(s),Central A/C
FLOORMATERIAL : Carpet,Ceramic Tile
POOLDESCRIPTIONS : Community Pool,Association Pool
HOAFEE1 : 160.0
COMMUNITYFEATURES : Golf Course within Development
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Joe Simeone
CalBRE#: 01476531
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An Overview of Cathedral City

Cathedral City is located in the Coachella Valley, nestled between Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage along the Highway 111 and Interstate 10 corridors. A vibrant working city, Cathedral City ranks in the top three cities in the Coachella Valley for population, retail sales, and total taxable sales.

Originally the home of the Cahuilla Indians, the Agua Caliente Tribe of Cahuilla Indians established their reservation in 1876, comprising 28% of Cathedral City. The town`s name dates back to 1850 when Colonel Henry Washington of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers noted the geographic landscapes made by the local canyons resembled the interior of a grand cathedral.

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