About The Cove

La Quinta Cove, with its wrap-around mountain views and starry nights, is undergoing a resurgence, with a flurry of new home construction and upgrading by current homeowners.

This La Quinta Cove transformation in recent years has enhanced the welcoming desert neighborhoods and improved overall property values. From entry level homes in the 300’s to multimillion-dollar construction, La Quinta Cove retains a pluralism and sense of community that is second to none.

While La Quinta Cove is surrounded by some of the valley’s most exclusive and luxurious private country clubs and gated communities, the protected Cove affords the finest of Santa Rosa Mountain views and pristine air. La Quinta’s dark sky ordinance ensures that starry nights will always shine brightly for all.

The Cove offers quick access to recreational areas, including several city parks, rugged mountain trails, and the Fred Wolff Bear Creek Nature Preserve.

While City ordinances are fully enforced, there is ample freedom for residents to express individual inspiration in landscape choices, home and wall colors, and house styles that span from Santa Fe, to southwest style, and again from mid-century to contemporary and Mediterranean architecture.

It is hard to live in the Cove and not be inspired. That is why the Cove has attracted award winning architects, artists, designers, musicians, and chefs that claim the Cove as their home.

As if fashionable homes and great views weren’t enough in the Cove, a wide variety of casual and elegant restaurants are close at hand. A system of golf cart lanes is proposed to make getting around the Cove even more fun.

Recently completed amenities are SilverRock, the Arnold Palmer designed municipal golf course and the beautiful La Quinta Library, recently expanded to 20,000 square feet.

The Cove’s youngest residents have access to excellent public schools right in La Quinta, as part of the award-winning Desert Sands Unified School District. At the foot of the Cove and its Santa Rosa Mountain range, are two of the unique locations: Old Town La Quinta and the La Quinta Resort and Spa a world renowned destination resort, part of the Waldorf Astoria Collection and recently acquired by the Morgan Stanley Group.As a practical matter, La Quinta is located in the Imperial Irrigation District, which offers the lowest electrical utility rates in the Coachella Valley. Also, La Quinta has opened a new post office to accommodate the growth of this vibrant growing east valley community.Check out the Cove. You’ll find friendly neighborhoods and businesses, and a freedom of spirit that accommodates your own special life style. Come and experience your own version of Old California charm and beauty..