All over the country, investors are seeking out good markets for their real estate dollars. It can be a difficult choice as there are definitely a few desirable markets out there. The more popular vacation destinations in the U.S. are always thriving and do not seem to be as affected by fluctuations in the real estate market. California has always been a market that has been a safe bet for investors. The fantastic climate, wealth of recreational and entertainment options have made it an ideal investment area, especially when looking for a vacation home.
California has some great communities for the investor to consider. But we would be remiss not to mention the communities at Thunderbird Country Club. As California’s oldest desert golf course, Thunderbird is comprised of several communities woven about the scenic desert links. This is truly a magnificent place to live or to keep as a retreat from the hectic pace of everyday life. Living in a golf course or country club community is vastly different from the average home or community. Imagine waking up every day and seeing the freshly tended greens and lush fairways, knowing that you have a morning tee-time that will take you throughout the community in which you live. Sounds nice doesn’t it?
Each of the communities that make up the Thunderbird Country Club has it’s own distinct take of Country Club living. Whether you’re looking for a property with a view of the club greens, or a private estate at the edge of the desert, Thunderbird has a residential area to suit you. First developed in the 1950s and 60s, Thunderbird communities are a throwback to the golden age of mid-20th century architecture. Vintage Thunderbird homes are notable for their use of clean lines, glass, and spaces blending indoors and outdoors, in an elegantly informal style known as Desert Modernism. Thunderbird real estate, like Palm Springs just to the north, is renowned for its historic architecture and attractive community layouts. New home construction in recent years has added a stylish touch of modernity and opened up the area to more buyers.