A luxurious lifestyle meets a playful landscape. Several past U.S. Presidents, including Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, and Barack Obama, have unplugged here, finding peace amid the palm trees and earning the city the nickname “playground of presidents.” And it truly is a playground. It’s no surprise Rancho Mirage boasts thirteen golf courses many within some of California’s most exclusive country clubs. Thunderbird Country Club, a Rancho Mirage landmark is well known as home to presidents, celebrities, sports icons and true captains of industry.
Rancho Mirage is a convenient Coachella Valley location about 8 miles east of the Palm Springs International Airport making for a perfect choice for luxury living.
From gated luxury country club and golf communities to superb tennis facilities and The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage sits high on a hillside with breathtaking views. Home to Eisenhower Medical Center,Hazelden Betty Ford Center and the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center – all world-renowned healthy facilities.
The country clubs in Rancho Mirage boast a lively social lifestyle in which members truly enjoy. Clubhouses offer first-class dining while a professional staff will create and manage a full calendar of social events to create new friendships and encourage family get-togethers to mark life’s celebrations.
For a home experience without a club membership, the gated Mirada Estates’ just above The Ritz-Carlton surround by 270,000 acres of untouched wilderness, offers a collection of fine custom homes and luxury properties with unmatched panoramas of the desert and Coachella valley.
Rancho Mirage has a variety of architectural styles from sprawling contemporary estates to iconic mid-century properties to comfortable Mediterranean style homes in residential neighborhoods and within the gates of prestigious country clubs.
To learn more about this highly desirable city, contact us today. As a resident and expert in the Coachella Valley real estate market, we can help you find your perfect location.
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