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The Top Ten Reason’s to Live in Cahuilla Hills

Cahuilla Hills Homes for Sale

There are so many great reasons to look into Cahuilla Hills Real Estate, below are just a few of my favorite aspects of living in Cahuilla Hills.

Seclusion: Located three miles southwest of Hwy 111 in Palm Desert near Bighorn Golf Club, Cahuilla Hills offers a low-density quiet and serene desert setting along with the feeling of being miles away, though just short drive to downtown.

Views:  Nestled against the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains, Cahuilla Hills offers some of the most breathtaking panoramic mountain, down-valley, golf course and city light views in all of Palm Desert.

Lot sizes:  Parcels range in size from approximately 1-Acre, up to 10-Acres, current zoning is 5 Acre minimum.

Diverse property types: Comprised of a diverse mix of properties in literally all shapes and sizes including mini homesteads, multi-million dollar private estates, equestrian ranches to Mid-Century modern and Tuscan architectural luxury homes.

Equestrian properties:  One of the rare south-end locations in the Coachella Valley zoned for Equestrian.

School District: With a Cahuilla Hills address along comes preference to enroll at the highly-regarded Washington Charter Elementary School, Palm Desert Charter Middle School and Palm Desert High School.

South Palm Desert location: The feeling of being miles away and still only a short drive to world-class shopping, fine dining, entertainment, art galleries, world- famous El Paseo Drive, The Living Desert Reserve, College of the Desert, The McCallum Theatre, Eisenhower Hospital and so much more…

Proximity to hiking trails: Just minutes to The Cross, Bump and Grind, Art Smith, Hopalong Cassidy and The Living Desert Wilderness trails, you could not hand pick a better location.

County jurisdiction:  Cahuilla Hills is an unincorporated community of Riverside County.

No HOA Dues: There is an informal community association homeowners can elect to contribute to annually, toward street maintenance. Many of the streets in Cahuilla Hills are known as public access roads which are not in the jurisdiction or maintained by the county.