An exclusive resort community near Palm Springs, CA
No Electric Bill.
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Redefining Cool in the Desert.
Trilogy at The Polo Club, our newest desert community, has unveiled a spectacular Model Gallery of 9 new homes to rave reviews. The response to our new community has been very exciting and homebuyers are loving the unique style, indoor-outdoor living and great open floor plans that are only available at Trilogy.
Come tour today and be among the first to see plans for the new resort club coming to Trilogy in 2015. This club will set a new standard for architecture and resort living in the desert, offering a lifestyle that is fresh, exciting and fun. Pricing is from the mid $200s to the $800s and all homes include SheaXero No Electric Bill Home™ features and solar at no extra charge for a limited time.
Trilogy at The Polo Club is an intimate resort community where homeowners can have fun, be active and connect with others who share their zest for life. This exclusive gated community near Palm Springs, CA offers an active resort lifestyle on a more intimate scale with approximately 800 homes planned at build out. Unique and innovative features will be the trademark of this upscale community, which will combine sophistication with a casual lifestyle in a modern yet luxurious environment. Conveniently located adjacent to the Empire and El Dorado Polo Clubs, Trilogy is also just down the street from PGA West and the exclusive Madison Club and Hideaway communities, and minutes from La Quinta Resort, Old Town La Quinta and the El Paseo art gallery and shopping district. Trilogy residents will have easy access to top-flight desert destinations, while living within the privacy and superior design of the community. This location is particularly peaceful, avoiding the wind, congestion and noise of the I-10 corridor that some older communities suffer from.