Living In Palos Verdes

Written by Jen Nichol
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So close to all that the Los Angeles area has to offer, with the serenity of a beautiful beach and the convenience and friendliness of a small town, living in Palos Verdes makes the life easy. The award-winning Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District gets your younger family members off to a great start, and young adults will love the wealth of mountain biking single track on the Peninsula.

The annual Grey Whale migration will enchant the entire family, and local wildlife preserves will encourage you to really get to know your natural surroundings. In fact, on clear days you can see Catalina Island, as well as other islands dotting the coast.

A Bit of California History

Living in Palos Verdes means living on a piece of American history. From nineteenth-century cattle ranches, to a lively Japanese community, there's plenty here to learn and explore. In fact, artifacts are still being discovered that belonged to the Gabrielino Indians!

Buying a home can be scary. An area like this really eliminates a lot of the risk and calms your concerns. The neighborhoods and schools are lively, friendly places, and the many parks and civic areas provide a wealth of healthy, outdoor activities.


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