The Biltmore Colony was once the original facility for the Palm Springs Biltmore Hotel. This neighborhood of mid-century modern architecture was transformed into a community of 133 condominiums and 19 single-family homes. The old grand hotel’s charm has been combined with modern conveniences to bring a balanced atmosphere to its homeowners.
This gated colony is representative of the popular Palm Springs lifestyle and offers many amenities. The revamped clubhouse now has three pools with cabanas as well as a kitchen and bar poolside. It’s the perfect place to lounge while enjoy the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa mountains surrounding this location. Residents also have access to a fully-equipped fitness center, tennis courts, two spas, and several barbecue areas. This community was developed on 8.3 acres of sprawling desert land.
This neighborhood has many retro-modern condos with open floor plans and high ceilings. The kitchens, which are fully equipped, offer stainless steel appliances and the living areas have gas fireplaces. Many homes have full size laundry capabilities and two car garages. Master suites have walk-in closets and modern bathrooms. Students in this neighborhood attend facilities like Cahuilla Elementary School, Raymond Cree Middle School, and Palm Springs High School.
The Biltmore Colony is conveniently located to downtown Palm Springs and Koffi, one of the area’s best coffee destinations. This city is famous for its jazzy hotels, hot springs, spas, and golf courses. The main shopping district lies along Palm Canyon Drive which offers upscale shopping and dining. And there is plenty of outdoor recreation like horseback riding in the Coachella Valley which surrounds the city. There are over 100 golf courses in this valley as well as over 150 places to stay with over 6,000 rooms to choose from. Palm Springs International Airport is just minutes away and the city is just two hours away from Los Angeles and San Diego.
980 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262-0119
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