This exclusive desert hideaway features an award winning Tom Fazio golf course that has been described as “Simply Perfection” and the “Golfer’s Golf Course.” It features three distinct elevations creating three unique playing areas. Golfers playing the course will encounter a gradual elevation change of more than 400 feet as they experience the harmony which is the combination of nature and golf at The Quarry.
“The Quarry at La Quinta is recognized by Travel and Leisure Magazine as one of the Top 100 golf communities in America. Nestled at the base of the foothills between the coral and Santa Rosa Mountains, The Quarry offers panoramic views of the golf course, the mountains, and the city lights beyond.”
The Quarry Quick Facts
- Recent Home Values: $1 to $7 Million
- Recent Lot Values: $200,000 to $950,000
- Recent HOA Dues: $420 Monthly
- Number of Homes: 625
- Club Status: Private
- Year Opened: 1994
- Golf Course: 18 Holes (Plus 10-hole Fazio Short Course in ’02)
- Course Designer: Tom Fazio
- Golf Membership: $60,000 Equity Per Person or $100,00 Family
- Golf Dues: $19,200 Annually Per Person or $28,000 Family
The Quarry clubhouse was built into the side of the original quarry wall. It offers 21,000 square feet and was designed to capture the panoramic vistas of the golf course and mountains both from inside the clubhouse and on the extensive patio areas.
The Quarry offers a full-service pro shop, health spa, tennis and private dining. Tee times are never required for members. Three four-bedroom cottages are available for the convenience of members and/or their guests to rent, and they include maid and concierge services if desired.
Quarry La Quinta Real Estate
Real estate opportunities at The Quarry include custom estate homes, villa homes and custom estate lots. Many custom homes offer impressive views of the golf course, the valley and the city lights below. The Quarry community offers home owners an exclusive yet relaxed lifestyle.
In 2002, an additional 74 acres was added and became the site of 29 new real estate sites and the Tom Fazio designed Short Course, a new 10-hole practice facility. This area was named Quarry Ranch.