Palos Verdes Drive North ( Area 165 in MLS map below) Is an area of the Palos Verdes Peninsula that extends from the eastern boundary of the city, just south of Palos Verdes Drive east, to the northern boundary of the city with Palos Verdes Estates, and is located both north and south of Palos Verdes Drive North. Neighborhhoods include Colina Ranch, Strawberry Lane, Rollingwood, Rolling Hills Road, Roanwood, Saddlebow, Palomino Ranchos, Monticello, Marloma, Masongate, Empty Saddle, Dapplegray, Club View, and Bridlewood Circle, Another area of Palos Verdes Drive North in Rolling Hills Estates is south of Palos Verdes Drive North along Palos Verdes Drive East, and includes the neighborhoods of Hitching Post, Harbor Sight and Conestoga.
Palos Verdes Peninsula: ( Area 165 in MLS map below) This residential area on either side of Crenshaw Boulevard,south of Palos Verdes Drive North, which is accessible only from Palos Verde Drive North, is not in the City of Rolling Hills Estates, but is in an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County referred to as Palos Verdes Peninsula, California. This unincorporated area consists of two neighborhoods. One is called Academy Hill, with less than 200 homes, and the other is called Westfield, with approx. 300 homes. Many of the homes in The Palos Verdes Drive North area are zoned for horses and have larger lots. There is an extensive system of horse trails in this area as well as the adjacent city of Rolling Hills. There is also a small area just south of the intersection of Rolling Hills Road and Crenshaw Boulevard, adjacent to Torrance and surrounded on three sides by Rolling Hills Estates, that is also an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County, also within the mailing address of Palos Verdes Peninsula. This area has a large condominium and townhouse project called The Estates, which has some of the more affordable hoousing units on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. These unincorporated areas, although not a part of the four cities of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, are included in the boundaries of the Palos Verdes Unified School District.
You can see
many horses and their riders on the Equestrian Trail along Palos Verdes Drive North
As of September 30, 2008, there were 22 properties for sale in the Palos Verdes North area at an average list price of approx. $1.6 million. 4 properties were sold in this area during the third quarter of 2008.
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