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4 Bedroom Rolling Hills Home on Market – Update to Your Dream Home

2 El Concho Lane, Rolling Hills, CA 90274

Listing Price: $2,100,000

Original home on quiet cul-de-sac. Ready for updating into a dream home with great views of canyons, city and mountains. Circular driveway and large 3 car garage. Room for orchard, plus opportunities to develop and terrace hillside to enhance yard dramatically. Split floor plan with three bedrooms and two baths on the southern end, plus master suite at the northern end. Gracious living room and dining room with sliders bring the indoors and outdoors together.

FEATURES LIST

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 baths
  • 2,662 sq. ft. (assessor)
  • Built 1964
  • Located on cul-de-sac
  • 3 car attached garage
  • Serenity and privacy
  • Premiere address in equestrian, gated city
  • Lot: approximately 1.16 acres
  • Direct access to 60 miles of hiking and equestrian trails

This home is located at the end of a quiet street with easy access to Crest and Portuguese Bend Road. This is a great opportunity to buy an entry level Rolling Hills home and update and customize it to meet your family’s needs!

Rolling Hills is a private, gated community on the Palos Verdes Peninsula with a peaceful, rural atmosphere that has easy access to shopping, entertainment and quick access to LAX and major freeways. Direct trail access is perfect for hiking and horseback riding. The 24 hour attended gates provide for privacy and limited access. This home is located in the Palos Verdes Unified School District which is nationally recognized for excellence.

Exclusions: personal property and dining room chandelier

MLS# PV17007215

>>> Learn more at the dedicated property website.

San Pedro Pet Adoptions and Free Vaccination Clinic Feb 25

In addition to being committed to providing excellent service to my real estate clients, my other passion is to provide comfort and support to wayward animals in the Los Angeles area.  I serve on the Board of Pedro Pet Pals and am the Board Secretary. Pedro Pet Pals is committed to the community by providing spay/neuter programs, and community educational outreach to pet owners.

If this is important to you, please come to and spread the word about this upcoming San Pedro event for pet adoptions, free vaccination clinics, and SNPLA benefit.

Contact me Clint Patterson at (310) 426-8811 if you’d like to learn more.

Is Community Involvement Important to You When Selecting a Realtor?

According to this infographic from California Association of Realtors, whether a business is involved with the community translates to customer loyalty.

Whether is does or does not is not why I’m so involved with animal welfare groups, like Pedro Pet Pals. I truly believe in the cause and care about animals. I have 3 adopted dogs myself, Kol, Brody and Pumpkin. Of course, I appreciate any like-minded animal-lovers’ patronage!

Please share your thoughts with me at clint.patterson@gmail.com or (310) 426-8811.

Franciscan Village Town Home – In Escrow

Franciscan Village Townhome in Escrow

LISTED PRICE: $575,000

26041 Frampton Ave, Harbor City, CA 90710

Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath town home in premium Franciscan Village gated community. This unit is perfect for a family that appreciates an open floor plan. The kitchen, living room and dining areas are on the ground level. Upstairs, you’ll find 4 bedrooms, including a master suite with full bath, walk-in closet and a balcony facing east, bringing in the morning sun!

Located in the southwest corner of this prime development. The large two-car garage has additional space that includes a workbench, cupboards and lots of room for storage.

1,830 Sq. Ft.

Features:

  • Master Suite with balcony, full bath and walk-in closet
  • Laundry room
  • 2 car attached garage
  • Backyard and Patio
  • Mezzanine/Den
  • Quite, private location
  • Bright and airy
  • Built 1999

Download 26041 Frampton Flyer

Contact Listing Agent Clint Patterson at 310 426.8811 (voice or text).
CalBRE #01877253

 

Los Angeles Area Commuters, Jobs, and Houses Trade-Offs

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Purchasing or selling a home is one of the most important decisions you may ever make.

When selecting your realtor you will want someone who places your interests and priorities ahead of his or her own. You will also want someone who provides you with the data you need to make your decision, help you negotiate the best price and help you achieve your other goals.

As a leading real estate professional in a leading firm, I hope that you will consider me, Clint Patterson, to represent you. I obtained my MBA from UCLA in 1996. I apply my subsequent experience in real estate and other complex businesses to enabling my clients to achieve their real estate goals.

Here is some information that I hope you will find helpful. If you would like specific data on your home or a particular neighborhood, please feel free to give me a call at 310-426-8811.


As housing becomes more expensive, and the cost of living between expensive central areas and outlying counties expands, people begin to make decisions on the trade-offs between living farther out (and in larger houses) and commuting longer to their jobs. As housing supply has not caught up with demand in central suburbs and cities, home-seekers have started going further and further away to find affordable homes to purchase in the cities where they live.

This corroborated in C.A.R’s price and sales data, and our regional Housing Affordability Index, (which is a mix of income and price data). For examples, increasing prices in the Bay Area and Los Angeles have led to relatively stagnant levels of sales in more central city areas with large price gains, and increased sales and interest in homes in outer counties. This pattern is also seen in simply the sheer amount of vehicle miles traveled by Americans, which has shot past the previous high 2008 levels.

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So much public data exists on people’s jobs, their commutes, and the places people live. By combining and visualizing this data in different ways, we can understand the patterns of lives, commutes, jobs and ultimately the places that people want to live in where they have to go to work.

I wanted to highlight a few fun maps and tools created by the public for these purposes. The ACS Commute Map website offers interactive and animated maps and charts that show the number, distance and areas that people commute to and from their residences every day.

In this example of an animated picture captured of commuters to Los Angeles, we see the proportion and number of people moving from Kern, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Ventura Counties coming to Los Angeles every day for their jobs (we can also see the flows of people within Los Angeles going from their homes to their jobs). The data is at what is called the “Census Tract Level” and the page shows people traveling between 20 to 100 miles.

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We can also see how commuting to Orange County, where there is a more inter-county north-south commuting (east west inter-city commuting in Los Angeles is probably suppressed from the map. For more on these maps, see this article in CityLab.

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What about Types of Jobs?

These commuter maps help explain where at a very macro (county) level the location of jobs, residents, and willingness to commute, but what about the types of jobs in specific areas?

A slightly similar map explores at a much finer grain level location of jobs (and the types of, and incomes of), in particular areas. The webpage is called Where Are The Jobs made by Robert Manduca, a graduate student, where you can zoom out and scroll to navigate.

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Posted by Azad Amir-Ghassemi in California Association of Realtors