- Palos Verdes Peninsula School District
- Palos Verdes Peninsula School District (Zillow)
- City of Palos Verdes
- City of Rancho Palos Verdes
- Palos Verdes Chamber of Commerce
Palos Verdes is the collective name for the four affluent cities on the scenic Palos Verdes Peninsula, namely Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and Rolling Hills Estates.
Living in Palos Verdes
Living in Palos Verdes gives you the best of both worlds.The expansive homes, tranquil streets, and abundance of raw open spaces make for an idyllic semi-rural lifestyle away from the constant bustle of Los Angeles. At the same time, it puts you close enough to the big city to enjoy its exciting urban attractions anytime you want.
Equestrian and nature activities top the list of things to do in Palos Verdes. The area features miles of bridle paths and riding trails, as well as acres of forests and nature preserves. The rugged coastline is known for its dramatic rock formations and huge ocean waves.
The peninsula boasts top-rated golf clubs, as well as tennis and athletic clubs. You’ll also find outdoor shopping centers featuring upscale brands and shops, and excellent fine dining and casual restaurants.
Real estate in Palos Verdes
The Palos Verdes Peninsula is home to grand estates, expansive equestrian homes, and beautiful single-family homes. They come in architectural styles that reflect the bucolic character of the area, including ranch, traditional, and Spanish Colonial. Many homes back up to equestrian trails that wind through the area. Large impeccably landscaped yards add to the communities’ tranquil vibe.
You’ll find Palos Verdes homes for sale with views of the ocean, trails, or golf course. A typical property has a floor area of over 18,000 square feet and acreage of one acre or more.
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