Rarely does a property such as this become available. Last on the market in the 1970’s, this well maintained home offers the most treasured views available in Rolling Hills. Travel up the elegant driveway, framed by Palos Verdes stone walls, and you will approach the traditional pilasters and ample parking areas prior to arriving at the stately front entrance.
The front of this Classic California Ranch home faces the Pacific and Catalina, while the back looks out over Santa Monica and San Gabriel Mountains, Santa Monica Bay, Downtown and twinkling city lights. This private setting, atop a premier street, includes a 5253 square foot home (taped) with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, in addition to a three car attached garage.
There are large, open entertaining areas, including a formal living room (with fireplace) and formal dining room. There is also a spacious family room (also with fireplace) that is perfect for family gatherings or relaxing. The original kitchen is well situated, with a casual eating area and breakfast bar.
The light and bright master suite has a marble fireplace, built in shelving, and is complemented by “his and her” bathrooms and dressing areas. Four additional bedrooms plus a sunroom and office can accommodate a large family with ease. Approximately four acres, with gentle slopes and terraces, provide for future corrals, a stable, guest house or other options. In addition, over 60 mature fruit trees populate this property which has additional room for orchards and gardens.
The in-ground pool and spa decks provide for resort style living with spectacular views ranging from Malibu to the Hollywood sign, downtown and most of the Los Angeles basin.
Picture Perfect Views:
- Queen’s Necklace
- City Lights
- Canyon and Pastoral
Premiere street and location with double sided, North/South views Split floor plan may be renovated or re-developed for a truly personalized estate Master suite features dual bathrooms and dressing areas Both formal and casual living areas to accommodate today’s lifestyles.
First time on the market: Unique contemporary home “behind the gates” in Rolling Hills. Custom designed and built home with exquisite style and finishing touches. Extensive use of the finest materials including black walnut wood, marble and granite. Gorgeous master suite with balcony taking in Queen’s Necklace view plus attached glass enclosed spa. Spectacular chef’s kitchen with top of the line stainless appliances (many recently installed) provides for gracious entertaining indoors and out in this private, resort like setting. Open floor plan with great flow between living room, dining room, family room and multiple sitting (or work) areas. Home office designed to provide for productivity and connectivity to the rest of the home. Pool and spa (with new pump and heater) compliment the outdoor patios. There is a 3 car garage with bonus and storage space in addition to over 2+ acres of private, secluded yard. Zoned for horses, this property may be developed as a gorgeous equestrian estate.
Views of Queen’s Necklace, city lights, mountain and pastoral.
- Designed, built and decorated by current owners
- Click here to see examples of Carrie Stock designs.
- Subzero refrigerators
- Dual dishwashers
- Gift wrapping area (may be converted to an additional bedroom)
- Extensive use of black walnut wood finishes
- Cathedral ceilings and windows designed to maximize light
- Newer pool and spa pump and heater
- Dual zone air conditioning
- Gorgeous designer landscaping
Would you like to live where hiking and horse riding trails are just moments away from your front door? Live in Rolling Hills on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Rolling Hills is blessed with miles of trails.
Si’s Trail provides gorgeous views from a number of vantage points. If you start from the trailhead just north of Crest Road, on the western side of Portuguese Bend road, on many days you’ll have encounter beautiful vistas ranging from Malibu, the Wilshire Corridor and Downtown. At sunset, the downtown buildings may beam back to you in a beautiful golden light.
The trail is nice and wide – great for walkers and riders alike. If you’re heading downhill, it’s gentle in some areas and moderately steep in others. This is one of Rolling Hills’ longer trails and a round trip can take a walker anywhere between an hour and two hours depending on the pace. In the summer you may find the opportunity to enjoy fresh, organic blackberries that can easily be picked as you head up or down the trail!
“One of the City’s longest trails, Si’s begins at the second bend on Middleridge Lane and leads all the way to the top of the hill at Crest Road and Portuguese Bend. A major landslide in 2001 blocked passage along this trail for several years. however, repairs to the hillside are now complete nd this popular trail has been reopened. Si’s Trail provides a picturesque journe through intermittent canopies of willow trees along a streamed at the canyon bottom. The trail is a strenuous gradual climb with sections of steep grade.”1
Si’s Trail exemplifies on of the great attractions to living in Rolling Hills: its beautiful natural surrounding in a secluded community of one-story house, allowing the vistas to be seen by all the residents. If you’re thinking of buying a home in Rolling Hills, other cities on the Palos Verdes Peninsula or Los Angeles area beach cities, call Clint Patterson to learn more or to find out about Rolling Hills homes available on the market: 310. 426.8811.
Last fall the community helped to fund the rescue of “Lucky”, a 5-year old Appendix gelding. At the time of his rescue, Lucky was a starved and bruised soul and temporarily blind in one eye.
Lucky’s new name is “Lakota”, which means “Ally” in Siouan language, as he has shown himself to be a loving and loyal animal. He is “broke, kid safe, husband safe, good in traffic and .. the most loving soul you could ever hope for!”
Lakota is at the Saffyre Sanctuary in Sylmar and is recovering wonderfully. He is now a chubby, healthy and happy boy and responding beautifully to the monthly chiropractic, acupuncture, and light therapy treatments he receives. Saffyre continues to work on his hind end lameness.
Lakota recently visited the City of Rolling Hills on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, and everyone could see how well he is progressing. It is amazing that this is the horse that could barely walk once around the sanctuary.
If you would like more information on Lakota or the amazing efforts of Esta and Saffyre Sanctuary, please check out their website at SaffyreSanctuary.org.
Photo Credit: Morgane Davis Photography