Cathedral City Pool Home For Sale with west facing views.
30325 Avenida Alvera 92234
30325 Ave Alvera Cathedral City CA offered at: $277,777
How about a spacious, roomy pool home with west facing views in Cathedral City California?
Located on a quiet Residential street you’ll find this three bedroom two bath bath home to be the perfect package.
From a private gated front patio you’ll come in the entry way of this spacious home. The large sunken living room has a natural rock fireplace and vaulted ceilings. In fact you will find vaulted ceilings through most of this over 1800 square foot home.
Cathedral City Pool Home For A Great Price
The open kitchen features loads of cabinets and stainless steel appliances. There is direct access to the garage and laundry area from here.
The big dining room has slate floors and its’s own slider out to the pool
Three bedrooms and two bathrooms round out the property. In the Master bedroom you will find a bath with dual vanities and double closets as well as a slider to the back patio.
In one of the secondary bedrooms there is a large loft space that could easily become extra storage or a play area or reading nook.
There is a slider leading to the huge covered patio and the pool. Great Western views of Mt San Jacinto are yours to enjoy here. Low maintenance landscape – a tile roof and plenty of privacy in your walled back yard.
Everything you want from the double garage, to gated access to both side of the home. Security screen door from entry patio.
Interior: 1,867 sqft
Lot: 7,841 sqft
Year Built: 1986
MLS #: 215033344
More About Cathedral City CA:
Why Would I want to Live in Cathedral City?
Cathedral City is a mix of many things. There is a little of everything and more affordable prices than the neighbor to the West Palm Springs. Even if you live in Palm Springs you’ll probably do a fair amount of shopping in Cathedral City. There are simply more stores, auto dealers, home improvement outlets and the gas is cheaper and easier to find.
In the housing sector you will find a mix of condos and houses – at very good prices – as well as a handful of golf courses. There is still some lease land in Cathedral City but a lot less than in Palm Springs.
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Cathedral City History:
Field Of Dreams
Is actually named after a Canyon South of the actual town, in fact there is no Cathedral in Cathedral City at all. Legend has it that it was once a gangster hideaway and there were illegal gambling halls and saloons sprinkled throughout the area.
Today Cathedral City has a year round population of about 50,000 people. Home to the Mary Pickford Theater, many auto dealerships, a Downtown undergoing a dramatic makeover, A multi purpose sports facility called Field Of Dreams plus many quiet neighborhoods and country clubs.
Interesting Cathedral City Facts: The neighborhood of Minerva Drive has an annual Christmas time light event every December since the first event held in 1987. The homeowners heavily decorate the block’s 35 homes and lawns, and streetlights are even covered in holiday decor draws in tens of thousands of spectators to Minerva Drive for a look. It is often renamed Candy Cane Independence Day festival on every third weekend of September, also has an “el Grito de Dolores” to commemorate the event at the city hall/movie theater complex. The city has an economic partnership with the Mexican state of Jalisco, a large source of local immigration. Chicano folk musician, Lalo Guerrero lived in Cathedral City in his final years. Also the city was the teenage home of actress Suzanne Somers, and a winter residence for actors Robert Duvall and Martin Landau in the 1960s, and TV show host Monty Hall in the 1990s. Also US representative and football athlete Jack Kemp owned an auto dealership in Cathedral City.
The Field of Dreams softball complex on the corner of Date Palm and Dinah Shore drives, made up of four softball fields designed as replicas of four major league ballparks. The Pepsi All-Star Softball Game was held there since 1998. Cathedral City High School opened in 1991 is a major educational and recreational center to the city. The varsity football and basketball teams had earned CIF-southern California championship runs in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s.
In the 2000’s much of the central core of the town along highway 111 was torn down. There were big plans to build it out and even inlcuded, at one point a Sheraton Resort Hotel, but the downturn in the economy in 2007 nixed many of those plans. Today there are some buildings such as City Hall and the Digimax theatre as well as a few shops but there is more vacant land along highway 111.