If you are familiar with the Palos Verdes Peninsula you know most of the horse property and equestrian estates are located in either Rolling Hills or Rolling Hills Estates. Palos Verdes Drive East also has some properties zoned for horses. Few people equate Palos Verdes Drive South with horse property.
Palos Verdes Drive South is now recognized as the resort side of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. A drive along PVDS will take you pass Donald Trump's golf course, the Portuguese Bend Beach Club and Terranea Resort. While gazing at the stunning ocean views you're apt to miss the gated entrance to the Portuguese Bend enclave, an equestrian neighborhood complete with boarding stables and miles of riding trails, on the opposite side of PVDS.
When I first moved to Palos Verdes over twenty years ago, I fell in love with the South side of the Palos Verdes. It has a personality of its own. This uniqueness is most apparent in the Portuguese Bend Beach Club (think funky beach cottages with amazing ocean views) and its equestrian counterpart located in the hills of the Portuguese Bend neighborhood. Both communities are gated and many Palos Verdes residents have never visited either community. It's a secluded coastal equestrian paradise.
A client is in the market for an equestrian property and I think the Portuguese Bend neighborhood might be a perfect match for her family and her horses. If you treasure a stunning coastal location, one of the best climates on the Palos Verdes Peninsula and enjoying views of the ocean as you ride the trails, the Portuguese Bend equestrian neighborhood might be perfect for you as well.
Call Charlemagne Int'l Properties at 310.493.8333 to discuss buying or selling horse property in Palos Verdes, or email us at ToeringandTeam@gmail.com.
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