New Construction Taking Off at Toscana Country Club

Twenty homes are under construction with more coming



Through the on-site Design Center, buyers meet with designers to pick out the special touches to complete their home.

Photo Courtesy of Toscana Country Club

 

Construction activity at Toscana is matching the soaring temperatures in the desert with 20 homes under construction and more slated to start in the upcoming months.

In addition to the fun, active and social lifestyle that Toscana offers, buyers are also attracted to the beautiful homes and their ability to create a residence uniquely tailored to their own tastes.

Buyers start by selecting from one of 14 different floor plans to begin the process of customizing their home. Whether it is moving a wall, adding a room, changing the kitchen design or selecting the newest materials available, buyers have a myriad of ways to create their own home.

Through the on-site Design Center, buyers meet with designers to pick out the special touches to complete their home. From captivating mosaic patterns, luxurious hand-woven carpets, exotic woods, tumbled marble, finely detailed cabinetry, the Design Center offers countless choices to stir the imagination.

Along the way, owners can rely upon the support of an accomplished and experienced design team to help coordinate and source the materials for their home — an invaluable service for those who live at a distance.

If you love architecture and interior design, the show homes at Toscana are a true destination. Ten show homes overlooking the golf course are just steps from the Design Center and are open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

To visit the virtual models any time, click here.

Prospective homeowners can choose from 18 unique floor plans with residences ranging in size from 2,400 to 5,400 square feet. Homes – all located on the golf courses – are offered from $995,000 to more than $4 million. Estate home sites for a limited number of custom homes start at $825,000.

The light fades fast as the sun dips below the western horizon, casting a pink glow on a landscape  alive with olive and cypress trees. As the bell in the clock tower tolls the evening hour, neighborhood residents spill into the main piazza en route to their favorite trattoria to socialize and savor the region’s renowned wine and cuisine.
Spread over 640 sun-drenched rolling acres, this community developed by the acclaimed Sunrise Company combines the idyllic charm of  Tuscany with the Coachella Valley’s distinctive ‘California casual’ vibe.

Toscana’s central location in upscale Indian Wells affords easy access to dining, shopping, cultural attractions, medical facilities, area airports, and much more. But it’s the myriad of world-class luxury amenities, wellness, and social activities that sets Toscana apart.

Perched on a hilltop, Toscana’s 90,000 square-foot Club Villa flawlessly resurrects the golden age of classic Tuscan architecture. Its stone façade and cool, cloistered passageways connect to richly appointed interiors that house the Golf Club, tennis boutique, an award-winning golf shop, dining facilities, an extensive sports and fitness club and Spa Bella Vita.

The Club offers many different membership opportunities including Equity Golf and Sports Club and Spa memberships.  In addition, an invitational preview membership offers an option to experience the Club for one year with payment of dues only. An invitational young professional membership is available for those under 50 and features a deferred initiation fee in addition to lower dues.

Toscana Country Club‎
76009 Via Club Villa
Indian Wells, CA 92210
760-772-7000
toscanacc.com‎

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