August 4 2009

Luxurious Palm Springs Homes For Sale

by racheal

Palm Springs is a preferred destination to invest in a new home. Nestled at the base of the Mount San Jacinto Mountains, Palm Springs is known for its year-round sunshine, dramatic landscape, palm tree lined streets and twinkling starry nights.

Palm Springs provides amusement for all ages. Form indoor to outdoor activities, you can soar to the top of Mount San Jacinto on the world famous Palm Springs Aerial Tramway or shop the many fabulous boutiques and art galleries located both uptown and downtown. Hike the scenic trails at the nearby mountains or attend a theatre performance. And you can always simply relax by the sparkling pools.

Of course the most popular attraction in Palm Springs is the golfing. Palm Spring has numerous golf courses available like Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort. Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort consists of two impressive 18-hole golf courses, and was Golf Digest recently rated  "one of the best places to play!”

Palm Spring also includes more than 50 miles of trails throughout the San Jacinto backwoods area. This provides a great place to enjoy the great outdoors and great camping opportunities.

If this sound likes a place you would like to call home I have got the perfect Palm Springs homes for sale for you, the Masters at The Gallery by Ponderosa Homes. These new homes for sale are all about luxury. With grand entry gates, generous homesites that offer both privacy and space, and ambiance set by the classic desert background. Masters at The Gallery offers spacious homes with 3-4 bedrooms, 2.5-3.5 bathrooms and range form 2,396-2,911sq.ft. starting in the high $400’s.

Masters at The Gallery new homes for sale includes first-class amenities all right outside your front door with a country club, championship golf courses, upscale shopping, award-winning restaurants, and the nearby splendid mountains that creates the charming setting that Palm Springs has to offer.

 

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