is one of 4 cities on the Palos Verdes Peninsula located along the Southern California coastline of the Pacific Ocean. There are several accessible beaches, although most of the predominantly rocky shoreline is marked by high cliffs and bluff top estate homes and walking paths. Palos Verdes Estates is comprised of four residential neighborhoods—Lunada Bay, Malaga Cove, Montemalaga, and Valmonte. Gently winding roadways, green hillsides, and 28% of the land is dedicated as parkland. Recreational venues include, an award-winning Golf Club, a 12-court Tennis Club, a Beach and Athletic Club, and Stables with boarding, riding lessons and trail rides. The city was master planned by the noted American landscape architect and planner Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. who also designed Central Park in New York City.
The city is primarily a high-end residential location, with no traffic or street lights, and relatively limited commercial areas found in Malaga Cove Plaza and Lunada Bay. One of Southern California’s most exclusive and expensive neighborhoods, Palos Verdes Estates’ aesthetics and architecture are protected by an Art Jury, a non-governmental organization which must approve any exterior alteration to any building, fence, sidewalk, or other structure. Most of the residences and business buildings within the city limits have uniform Mediterranean red tile roofs.
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