Not everyone knows Palos Verdes Peninsula is famous not only for its breathtaking array of coastal and city views, but also is home to some of the finest equestrian estates in Southern California.   Two cities are renowned for horse properties–Rolling Hills and Rolling Hills Estates.  Rancho Palos Verdes is home to the Portuguese Bend Club with its boarding stables, riding rings and coastal trails.  Palos Verdes Estates also has a stable in the Valmonte neighborhood, and it’s not uncommon to see a group of riders out for a ride beneath the eucalyptus trees that line Palos Verdes Drive North.  Each of the four cities on the Palos Verdes Peninsula partakes in the equestrian lifestyle.

Horse statue on mailbox on Buckskin Lane, RHE

Josh and I previewed horse property in Rolling Hills Estates during this week’s tour of new listings.  The remodeled home has a three-stall barn and is a stone’s throw from one of the community’s riding rings.  The property is listed for $1,650,000 and is located in “The Lanes.”  That’s close to the entry price for Palos Verdes horse property.


If you’re in the market to purchase an equestrian estate Rolling Hills should be high on your list.  There are currently 18 residences for sale in Rolling Hills ranging from $1,300,000 for a property located in a special zone that will likely require an all-cash purchase, up to $53,000,000 for an eight-acre estate with  panoramic views.  Not all  the residences listed for sale are improved horse properties, but many do have barns and stables.


For more information about selling or buying Palos Verdes horse property contact Norma or Josh Toering at Charlemagne Int’l Properties at 310.493.8333.  Or you may contact us via email through this site or at



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