Last week I had a listing appointment with a prospective seller of horse property in Rancho Palos Verdes. We discussed the improvement of some long-neglected trails in RPV and the impact the improvements will have on horse property in the area. Although Rolling Hills Estates and Rolling Hills are noted for their abundance of properties zoned for horses, many residences in the Palos Verdes Drive East area are zoned for horses as well. The Portuguese Bend area of Rancho Palos Verdes is another horse friendly neighborhood.
Riding trails and boarding stables are located in the Valmonte neighborhood of Palos Verdes Estates. The unincorporated area of the Palos Verdes Peninsula is also equestrian friendly with trails and riding rings. There is no question the Palos Verdes Peninsula with its miles of riding trails is one of the top Los Angeles County equestrian communities. Whether you’re searching for a property for a single horse or an equestrian estate with room for multiple horses, Palos Verdes is an excellent place to find an equestrian property that will meet your requirements for both you and your horses.
Palos Verdes Market Snapshots for March 2018:
For more information regarding selling or buying horse property in Palos Verdes contact Norma Toering at 310.493.8333 or email Norma@CharlemagneProperties.com