Buyers who seek luxury and exclusivity often search for real estate in Rancho Mirage because of all the beautiful town has to offer. The upscale gated community of St. Augustine is an excellent option, as it embodies all that makes Rancho Mirage such a desirable place to live.
This premier development consists of 184 beautifully appointed single family homes, many of which are situated on a seven and a half acre greenway that includes water fountains and broad walkways that instill a lush, park-like setting. Boasting gorgeous architectural detail, the single family homes in St. Augustine were built by Ashbrook Communities from 1997 to 2004. They are located on nice sized lots that range from 9000 square feet to more than 15,500 square feet. Home sizes range from 2525 square feet to 3650 square feet and feature three and four bedroom floor plans, some of which include a casita as one of the bedrooms. Many of the homes boasts unrivalled mountain views.
Located off of Dean Martin Drive, St. Augustine is in close proximity to superb championship golf courses, remarkable fine dining options, and the chic boutiques of the El Paseo Shopping District. For golfers, the option are unrivalled—the renowned Mission Hills Country Club is literally across the street, making it easy to challenge yourself on the incredible, championship 6,454-yard Par 70 layout designed by Keith Foster. Residents of St. Augustine can take advantage of discounted memberships to this spectacular golf and country club, which is reason alone to own real estate in Rancho Mirage.
Also in close proximity is the Rancho Mirage Country Club, The Springs Country Club and the Desert Island Golf & Country Club. Rancho Mirage borders bucolic La Quinta, which is home to the renowned La Quinta Resort & Club and SilverRock Resort, as well as a bevy of remarkable shopping options, including the famed Old Town La Quinta.
St. Augustine also features two tennis courts, a playground and beautiful trails that wind through the lush landscapes and offer enchanting views of the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains.