Living on the Peninsula
Why is there so much demand to live here? Among the Peninsula’s many qualities are our outstanding public school system, low crime rate, fantastic weather, and beautiful ocean and city views. The area provides an array of recreational opportunities, such as golf, tennis, equestrian trails and assorted beach activities. Downtown Los Angeles is within 30 minutes, and major corporations, airports, seaport and tourist attractions are all conveniently located nearby.
The Four Cities
The Palos Verdes Peninsula is comprised of four cities:
Palos Verdes Estates offers a sophisticated seaside atmosphere, from the Mediterranean flair of Montemalaga and Malaga Cove to the New England charm of Lunada Bay and Valmonte. http://www.pvestates.org/
Rancho Palos Verdes features a variety of living choices, from oceanfront homes and rural ocean view enclaves to quiet family neighborhoods. http://www.palosverdes.com/rpv
Rolling Hills is gated, guarded and beautiful. Property here offers city lights and ocean views, with quiet lanes meandering past white fences and grazing horses. http://www.Rolling-Hills.org
Rolling Hills Estates enjoys a semi-rural setting and maintains many parks, a tennis club and riding stables. There are single-family dwellings and condominium developments within the city, plus the Peninsula’s main shopping malls. http://www.palosverdes.com/rhe
When thinking of buying or selling, be sure to contact a Palos Verdes Peninsula Realtor. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Association of Realtors wants to be your partner in the community, and their professional agents are eager to serve your needs – 310-377-4873.