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Rolling Hills Neighborhood on the Palos Verdes Peninsula


Rolling Hills (Area 166 in the map below )  is located on the eastern side of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, one of the most beautiful residential communities in the world. The Palos Verdes Peninsula is also one of the wealthiest communities in the country, as described in the Los Angeles Business Journal.. Rolling Hills and the Palos Verdes Peninsula have an extremely interesting history . Rolling Hills is a gated community, with a ranch style/equestrian environment with an enduring respect for native wildlife and natural surroundings. Rolling Hills is a very small city totaling 3 square miles, 690 residences, and 1906 residents.Rolling Hills maintains an extensive horse trail system throughout the city totaling 23 miles, and many of the city's residences have stables and corral facilities. Because it is located on the eastern side of the Peninsula, the weather in Rolling Hills tends to be much warmer than the western side of the Peninsula, and receives much less fog.

Palos Verdes MLS Map

Homes in the community of Rolling Hills tend to be ranch style homes with shake roofs, on large lots. All homes in Rolling Hills must be painted white.

As a gated community, Rolling Hills has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.

Aerial View of Rolling Hills

As of September 30, 2008, there were 16 properties for Sale in Rolling Hills at an average list price of approx. $6.4 million. The average sales price of homes sold in this area over the last 6 months , however has ranged from $1.8 million to $3.7 million.

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Comment balloon 0 commentsMaureen Megowan • October 26 2008 05:04PM


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