Open and bright 3 bedroom + office + family room with large living room/dining room combination! Tons of living space & dramatic vaulted ceilings.Tile flooring and ceiling fans throughout the property. Kitchen has huge walk in pantry, pullouts in cabinets, gas cooking, refrigerator w/ice maker. Kitchen is open to the great room with large fireplace. 2 guest bedrooms with bath in between. Guest bath has a tub/shower. Master bedroom suite is on the other side of the house. Master has a huge walk in closet, shower and double vanity. Expansive screen enclosed "Florida Room" that has tile flooring opening to unobstructed fabulous mountain views to the south & east. No neighbor behind you! Block walls surround the sides and rear giving privacy to enjoy the mature vegetation & fruit trees.
Updated: 12/15/2018 11:50:52 PM
Posted: 11/3/2018 | Updated: 12/15/2018 11:50:52 PM
Listing Agent/Office: Johnsie Walsh, Bennion Deville Homes
Source: CL
Special Features
INTERIOR FEATURES : Cathedral-Vaulted Ceilings,Open Floor Plan,High Ceilings (9 Feet+)
ROOM TYPE : Family Room,Master Suite,Walk-In Closet
HEATING : Central Furnace,Natural Gas,Forced Air
COOLING : Central,Electric,Evaporative
SEWER : Sewer Paid
LAUNDRY FEATURES : Dryer Included,Washer Included,Inside,Individual Room
PARKING FEATURES : Garage - Two Door,Pull-through,RV Access/Parking
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Johnsie Walsh
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CalBRE#: 01745113
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CATHEDRAL CITY

An Overview of Cathedral City

Cathedral City is located in the Coachella Valley, nestled between Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage along the Highway 111 and Interstate 10 corridors. A vibrant working city, Cathedral City ranks in the top three cities in the Coachella Valley for population, retail sales, and total taxable sales.

Originally the home of the Cahuilla Indians, the Agua Caliente Tribe of Cahuilla Indians established their reservation in 1876, comprising 28% of Cathedral City. The town`s name dates back to 1850 when Colonel Henry Washington of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers noted the geographic landscapes made by the local canyons resembled the interior of a grand cathedral.

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