Guide to Palos Verdes Estates

Located on the breathtaking Palos Verdes Peninsula, the Estates is one of the regions' most expensive and sedate settings. Home to historic buildings and landmark homes, most located along the area called Malaga Cove, Palos Verdes Estates was originally designed by American landscape architect Fredrick Law Olmstead, Jr. and is today one of the four cities that make up the scenic Peninsula. It is hard for anyone to resist the allure of the Neptune Fountain representative of the sheer craftsmanship of the architecture on display in this area. Living here is seen as a privilege and with that privilege comes all the benefits one would expect. The restaurants located around town are par excellence. Additionally, an abundance of exclusive golf, tennis and equestrian facilities can also be found here. Nature walks, long hikes and swimming in or around one of the tree-lined parks are a tremendous draw for those taking up permanent accommodations in the area or those simply visiting for a few days or so. Beachfront lighthouses adorn the hilltops overlooking the spectacular coastline which is itself a visual treat for the eyes. Housing, of course, attracts only the most elite individuals able to afford to live among the brilliance of a sunset setting on the lights of a wealthy community rich in culture and ambiance. A center for art and culture, the Palos Verdes Estates boasts some of the regions most dedicated and talented symphonies as well as performing arts and ballet groups. For art history buffs, the area museums offer a glimpse into the past of the founding of the Peninsula, the Estates, and the local Gabrielino Indians who used to call that land home. More

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