This exquisite mansion at The Vintage Club in Indian Wells was built by Gerry Langlois Construction under the guidance of architect Bob Ray Offenhauser.
“The desert offers a lifestyle like none other,” John Healy says. That’s a motto he shares with potential buyers at The Vintage Club in Indian Wells.
The Vintage unveils distinctive new architectural works that merge sophistication and innovation for a club known for privacy, security, prestige, and unparalleled beauty.
With a home that masterfully encompasses stunning views from every angle, the late architect Jon Jerde shaped a legacy like none other at The Vintage Club.
As Kevin Chandler talks to prospective members of The Vintage Club in Indian Wells, he notices their lifestyle interests go beyond the next 18 holes.
The Quarry at La Quinta remains among Golf Digest‘s top 100 golf courses in the country, checking in at No. 83. Golf Digest began its Top 100 list in 1996. The magazine ranks each course on seven criteria: Resistance to Scoring, Design Variety, Memorability, Aesthetics, Conditioning, and Ambience. • See a 2011 Palm Springs Life story on The Quarry: Pure
Some estates make their mark with a once-in-a-lifetime location. Others rise above with an outstanding architectural statement that defies place and time. Just listed at The Vintage Club in Indian Wells, this estate achieves both, culminating in an unforgettable residence set on one of the most extraordinary fairway lots in the valley. The home owes its astounding design to two