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Palos Verdes Estates

Palos Verdes Estates is a master-planned city in the Palos Verdes Peninsula, based on the vision of renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. The city is an affluent South Bay suburb, providing professionals working in the Greater Los Angeles region with a breathtaking coastal retreat overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

History

Incorporated in 1939, Palos Verdes Estates is the oldest among the four Palos Verdes Peninsula Cities, preceding the formation of Rolling Hills Estates (1957), Rolling Hills (1957), and Rancho Palos Verdes (1973).

Planning for the city’s layout and landscaping began as early as 1913 but was slowed down by the events of World War I. By the 1920s, land subdivision and the construction of the city’s first Spanish-style residences began.

Real Estate and Property Types

A wide range of luxury homes are available in the affluent neighborhoods of Palos Verdes Estates.

Large, estate-type homes built in eye-catching Spanish and Mediterranean architectural styles are common in this housing market. Most are mid-century constructions, with several having been treated to recent updating and restoration.

Find most home options with at least 4 bedrooms and spacious, private yard space that give owners plenty of opportunities to take in the views – both outdoors as well as from indoors.

Living in Palos Verdes Estates, CA

Approximately 13,500 people make their home in the beautiful neighborhoods of Palos Verdes Estates. Here, they enjoy the opulent lifestyle along the South Bay’s sun-kissed coasts.

Residents enjoy a high degree of privacy and security here, the only Palos Verdes Peninsula city with a dedicated police department and fire department.

Like its other neighboring cities in the Peninsula, Palos Verdes Estates is served by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District, one of the highest rated and most consistently top-performing school districts in California and across the United States.

Palos Verdes Estates also boasts its fair share of local attractions that bring in visitors from outside the community. Notable local highlights include the:

  • Palos Verdes Estates Shoreline Preserve
    Showcasing a unique view of the Pacific coastline, this oceanfront park features a rocky beach and offers plenty of exciting and scenic hiking trails.
  • Palos Verdes Golf Club
    The premier golf and country club experience in the South Bay area, complete with top-rated golf facilities and services set against gorgeous ocean views.
  • Malaga Cove Library
    A historic extension of the Palos Verdes Public Library designed by acclaimed architect Myron Hunt, the Malaga Cove building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • The Lombardi House by Lloyd Wright
    Boasting one of the most flamboyant residential designs one can find anywhere, this unique house is a distinctive, 1960s-inspired structure that jumps out from its naturally thriving cliffside location. This Lloyd Wright masterpiece brandishes the commercial Googie-style aesthetic that has become an unmistakable Southern California quality.
  • Excellent local restaurants
    Whether you need a quick bite or a memorable dining experience, Palos Verdes Estates will charm you with its range of local dining favorites. Check out the Malaga Cove Ranch Market for delectable home-made meals, Yellow Vase for unforgettable al fresco dining, and Salsa Verdes for the community’s signature take on Mexican comfort food.

Talk to 3 Leaf Realty to find a dream home in Palos Verdes Estates

Discover your dream South Bay home in Palos Verdes Estates today. Talk to the real estate specialists at 3 Leaf Realty by calling 310-546-6300 or emailing Realtor@3LeafRealty.com.


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