Pomelo at Jefferson, La Quinta, CA
The Citrus community has blossomed since the opening of the Citrus Golf Club in 1987. The Golf Club is one of three golf courses within the La Quinta Resort and Club Heritage Membership Program giving members not only the privilege of playing on the private Citrus course, but also having access to 36 additional holes at La Quinta Resort’s Mountain and Dune courses.
Pete Dye designed the 18-hole Citrus course, highlighting spectacular Santa Rosa Mountain views and lush landscape. The community’s name derives from its creative development within a grove of citrus trees. The mature trees can be found dotting the landscape, adding natural ambiance to the course. Widely upheld as one of the most challenging courses in Coachella Valley, the course has hosted several major PGA and nationally televised golfing events.
Citrus homes were fashioned between the mid 1990’s through 2007 as a collaboration of local developers came together to offer semi-custom attached and freestanding models. Homes vary in size from approximately 2,400 to over 8,000 square feet and incorporate a wide assortment of architecture styles from Santa Barbara to Contemporary. Homes were built to take full advantage of the natural setting and offer views encompassing verdant fairways and rugged mountains and feature availability both on and off the Citrus course.
The Citrus values community involvement and maintains a very active social aspect that sets it apart from other developments. The clubhouse was significantly updated in 2008 to include an expansive new fitness facility and outdoor lap pool. Citrus club membership is not a requirement for residents. Membership is offered for residents choosing to participate in golf or social and fitness offerings.
Club and Community Information:
Golf Membership: Approx. $100,000 Non-Equity Membership Deposit
Monthly Dues: Approx. $853 (Golf Membership) or Approx. $266 (Social/Fitness Membership)
Homes Values: Approx. $575,000 – $2.2 Million
HOA Fees: Approx. $322 Monthly