I'm not sure how many horses live on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, but I do know there are many equestrian properties in Palos Verdes. Both Rolling Hills and Rolling Hills Estates are noted for horse friendly zoning. Rancho Palos Verdes has a few pockets of properties zoned for horses but the riding trails may not be as well maintained as in RH and RHE. The exception is the Portuguese Bend area off Palos Verdes Drive South in RPV.
Some properties may be zoned for horses but due to other improvements on the land, may not be suitable for horses. For instance, some stables have been converted to guest or pool houses, and some corrals paved for sports or tennis courts. Zoning alone does not determine suitability for horses. Some properties may be zoned for horses, but are unimproved meaning there are no current horse facilities. Improved horse property means the property is equipped with horse facilities.
As one would expect, some improved horse properties are top-of-the-line and others offer the bare basics. Palos Verdes horse properties run the gamut from private riding rings to a single stall shanty.
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- Norma, Broker at Charlemagne Intl Properties - A Palos Verdes Top Agent -
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