This quaint and private gated community of houses in La Quinta offers everything that the homes in Palm Desert and the real estate in Palm Springs offer, including everything necessary for an active, relaxing and low-maintenance desert lifestyle. With our real estate in La Quinta, nestled at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains and adjacent to championship golf at SilverRock Resort, it’s easy to see why residents call Codorniz home.
Codorniz offers everything that real estate in Palm Springs and houses for sale in Palm Desert offers. When you move into your very own Codorniz house in La Quinta, you’ll enjoy many unique amenities and facilities including a central gathering court and barbecue area. Get your heart racing in the on-site fitness center or play tennis in the lighted sunken court. Or simply sit back, relax and enjoy the sparkling pool and spa, and take in a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountain landscape as you enjoy the outdoor fireplace or take a walk along the many pedestrian walkways.
We believe that you should own a home, not that a home should own you, so we’ve made sure that living in each Codorniz community home in La Quinta is low-maintenance and ideal for those on-the-go or second homeowners.
Codorniz is truly a “lock up and go” community because all landscaping and outdoor common areas are maintained by the Home Owners Association. With monthly HOA payments of only $285, your home in La Quinta will be easy and affordable to maintain and enjoy. Our exceptional staff is available to provide you with anything you may need. So if you’re looking for houses for sale in Palm Desert or homes for sale in Palm Springs, California, swing by Codorniz and see why those seeking real estate in the La Quinta love it here!
La Quinta, called the “Gem of the Desert,” has grown over the past decade from a small rural “Easy Valley” town to a lively small city of almost 45,000. The population has increased almost 88% since 2000. La Quinta is one of nine cities comprising the 45 mile-long Coachella Valley, stretching from Palm Springs to the City of Coachella. Each Valley city has its own distinctive personality.
La Quinta’s natural beauty and small town feel coupled with the many dining, entertainment and leisure activities, including an abundance of scenic hiking and biking trails and shopping options, combine the best the Coachella Valley offers. Owning a home in La Quinta is truly a desert lover’s dream. Manicured gated communities with colorful bougainvillea tumbling over walls, surrounded by the natural beauty of the desert’s Santa Rosa Mountains and clear blue skies, make La Quinta the city of choice for today’s active lifestyle.
Owning real estate in La Quinta offers the option of staying busy all day. La Quinta is home to 17 golf courses and the famed 45-acre La Quinta Resort & Club. Built in 1926, La Quinta Resort & Club is a destination on its own. Visit the Spa La Quinta and then dine at one of The Resort’s four restaurants. The Resort sports both hard and clay surfaces for guests at its 23 tennis courts.
As the “Gem of the Desert,” La Quinta’s own jewel is Old Town. It is the city’s social and cultural centerpiece. Art Under the Umbrellas in Old Town on Saturdays from November through April is very popular. It features artists showing and selling their work on Old Town’s quaint Main Street, lined with restaurants, cafes and boutiques. Live music and wine tastings are also a common occurrence along Main Street. Admission and parking is free. La Quinta also features Blues & Brews in November. Sunday mornings in Old Town feature a weekly Farmer’s Market and Crafts Fair.
During the summer, Art & Wine at Old Town Cellar pairs artists and wine from 5-7 p.m., and is a great way to beat the heat. Live rock concerts at La Quinta Community Park fill Saturday afternoons in February.
La Quinta is a vibrant, year-round city proud of its historic past, and looking to the future with social and cultural offerings. All these events represent the friendly spirit that is La Quinta, making it a great place to call home.
With over 300 days of sunshine annually, the City of La Quinta provides an abundance of recreational and cultural opportunities to enjoy our marvelous weather and wide open desert landscapes.
Hiking, golf, live theater, parks, boutiques, dining, casinos, farmers markets and locally owned art galleries are just a few of the activities you can experience when you own real estate in La Quinta, California.
Hiking trails and bike paths
Locally-owned art galleries
Coachella Music Festival
Palm Springs International Film Festival
Stagecoach Country Music Festival
Southwest Arts Festival
In La Quinta
La Quinta Chamber of Commerce
La Quinta Arts Festival
La Quinta Resort & Club
Desert Hills Premium Outlets
The Gardens on El Paseo
The Westfield Palm Desert Town Center
Old Town La Quinta
Hiking & Adventure Tours
Joshua Tree National Park
Aqua Caliente Casino
Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Spa Resort Casino
Sportlight 29 Casinoasdad
Palm Springs International Airport, Palm Springs, CA (PSP) – 26.4 miles, 32 min drive
Ontario International Airport, Ontario CA (ONT) – 91.5 miles, 1 h 28 min drive
Orange County Airport – John Wayne Airport, Santa Ana, CA (SNA) – 120 miles, 2h drive
Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, CA (LAX) – 145 miles, 2 h 18 min drive
Attractions, Entertainment & Museums
Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert
Knott’s Soak City
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Palm Springs Air Museum
Palm Springs Art Museum
Palm Springs Power Baseball
The Fabulous Palm Spring Follies
The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens
Events & Destinations
Take a beautiful ride through crystal clear skies in a hot air balloon.
Exceptional dining and an array of shopping in charming Old Town La Quinta and El Paseo in the Palm Desert.
The Empire Polo Club in Indio hosts major events including exhibition polo, weddings and The Coachella Music Festival.
Indulge in 18-holes of championship golf at the SilverRock Resort located in La Quinta, rated by Golf Magazine as one of the top 10 new courses to play in America.
Palm Springs International Film Festival is described as a good place to show foreign-language movies and is held annually in January.
Treat yourself to a night out at one of the many popular Palm Springs Desert Area Casinos, located 30 minutes from Codorniz.
A scenic 35-minute drive from Palm Springs, the newly remodeled Palm Springs International Airport hosts a number of scheduled carriers.