Indio, California Real Estate Information & Overview
The largest and oldest city in the Coachella Valley, Indio is nestled in the 640-square mile valley, surrounded by mountain ranges and national parks. Indio is a community of culture and heritage, family values and fun.
Indio, the City of Festivals, offers a wide choice of experiences framed in a backdrop of desert beauty and ideal year-round climate. The annual Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival and Stage Coach, California's Country Music Festival attract people from all of the world every April.
Indio Quick Facts
- Year Incorporated: 1930
- Median Age: 27.3 Years
- Average Income: $33,089
- Population: 76,036 (2010 Census)
During the Polo season, drop by the Ell Dorado Polo Club at the Indio Polo Grounds which offers free tailgating while enjoying a match.
To the more than 75,000 permanent Indio residents, there is no place like home. Thousands of visitors and vacationers also find out how special the area is, enjoying the outdoor amenities, amazing climate and world-class golf and equestrian facilities.
Travelers from around the world have been stopping by Indio's popular Shields Date Gardens for a date shake, or for breakfast or lunch at The Cafe at Shields since the 1920's.
Affordable To Luxury Real Estate
Indio real estate for sale include ranges from affordable homes and condos at Indian Palms and Indian Springs Country Clubs to luxury in newer communities such as Stonefield Estates At Santa Rosa, Montage and Desert River Estates.