- Fantastic school district
- Beautiful scenery and views
- Luxury estates
- Quiet neighborhood
Real Estate Insights
On average, homes are listed at $1.36 million in this neighborhood. That’s an average of $569 per square foot.
People & Lifestyle
People from all different walks of life make Palos Verdes their home.
It has an excellent school district and a calm lifestyle, so people of all ages decide to settle down on the peninsula. Residents spend their day horseback riding, exploring the number of natural parks, and hanging out at the town center.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Palos Verdes also has plenty of dining options, so you’ll never want to leave.
In the center of town, near Hawthorne Boulevard, you can choose from anything from crepes to Thai food. Promenade On The Peninsula is a great place to work off your dinner with some shopping. The upscale shopping center houses well-known clothing brands and a Regal movie theatre.
Things to Do
Palos Verdes is home to two pristine golf courses, the Los Verdes Golf Course and the Trump National Club Golf Course.
The Wayfarers Chapel is a must-see, it’s known as “The Glass Church” and set in the peninsula’s redwood grove. There are also several parks that showcase the area’s natural beauty. Check out Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, Del Cerro Park, and Pelican Cove Park, which all have picturesque lookouts. The draw of these natural areas is that most have breathtaking views and beach access.
This area is served by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District, which encompasses more than a dozen schools.