La Quinta, CA / Palm Desert, CA

Beyond the gates in La Quinta and Palm Desert stand some of the most expensive pieces of real estate in the Coachella Valley. This year’s most expensive real estate in the desert belong to two exclusive communities, The Madison Club and Big Horn.

The Madison Club is located in La Quinta and is home to a number of celebrities and business superstars such as the Kardashians, Kyle Richards, Cindy Crawford, and the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook.

According to their website, “The Madison Club is the most exclusive private residential community in La Quinta, California offering the finest golf and club facilities in an intimate and sophisticated setting. In this tradition, it is a place of effortless grace and charm.  The ambiance is one of quiet sophistication, intimacy and understated luxury.  Offering a limited number of homes and memberships, The Madison Club is the modern interpretation of California’s classic old-line country clubs.”

Big Horn Golf Club, situated on Highway 74 above Palm Desert, is a private golf club offering custom and semi custom homes that scale as large as over 14,000 square feet. Members of this community include celebrities, CEO’s, and others who seek privacy which is what Big Horn is known for.

Here is a glimpse of the top 3 most expensive homes sold in the Coachella Valley in 2021:

Located at: The Madison Club
Address: 53246 Ross Ave, La Quinta, CA 92253
Sold: $12,600,000 on March 11, 2021
Size: 7 Bedrooms and 8 Baths, 9494 square feet, .88 Acres

Located at: The Madison Club
Address: 53285 Humboldt Blvd, La Quinta, CA 92253
Sold: $12,000,000 on May 27, 2021
Size: 6 Bedrooms and 7.5 Baths, 9335 square feet, .84 Acres

Located at: Big Horn
Address: 638 Pinnacle Crst, Palm Desert, CA 92260
Sold: $9,789,262 on June 3, 2021
Size: 4 Bedrooms and 5.5 Baths, 8879 square feet, 1.6 Acres

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By Eric Gray