Rich Sand Estates is a community of homes in Cathedral City California
Rich Sand Estates is a community of homes in Cathedral City California

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About Rich Sand Estates

Rich Sand Estates is a popular residential community in Cathedral City, California that is centrally located to parks, schools, restaurants, stores, entertainment, and recreation.

Cathedral City High School is considered to be a beneficial facility to Cathedral City. The Palm Springs Unified School District also serves this community with Sunny Sands Elementary School and James Workman Middle School. For families who prefer private schooling there are facilities like Desert Chapel Christian, King’s Schools of the Desert, and Temple Isaiah’s Early Childhood Center. This is also the home of Mayfield College which offers training in many fields.

The city has ten parks including Century Park and Cathedral City Soccer Park both of which are close to this neighborhood. Residents are within minutes to the I-10 Freeway, making life easier for commuters and shoppers. There are many shopping centers in this region including the Cathedral City Marketplace, the Cathedral Plaza Shopping Center, and the Rimrock Shopping Center.

There are several golf resorts in the region and to the south of Rich Sand Estates you’ll find the Outdoor Resorts Palm Springs and the Mission Hills Country Club. To the east is the Desert Princess Country Club which features a 27-hole championship golf course. And just a little further is the Palm Springs International Airport.

Cathedral City is located between Rancho Mirage and Palm Springs. It is the second largest in Coachella Valley and was named for Cathedral Canyon. This city was once a downtown revitalization program in the 1990s and was brought up to speed by 2005. Cathedral City began strictly as a housing subdivision in 1925 but was finally incorporated as a city in 1981.

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* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org