Palos Verdes Estates
The City of Palos Verdes Estates is a 4.75 square mile city of approximately 13,500 residents. Known for being a planned community with tranquil neighborhoods, it is the oldest of four cities on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. With two small commercial areas and a limited amount of multi-family housing, the City consists of predominantly single-family homes constructed in the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s. The City consists of narrow, hilly and primarily two lane roads; no signals and one street light; and few sidewalks. Residents enjoy the community for these qualities as well as the ocean and hillside views, parklands, pathways, and urban forest that exist throughout the City. With its magnificent views of the Los Angeles Basin and Pacific Ocean, low density, rural character, preserved open space, low crime, urban forest, and excellent schools, the City has continually been recognized as one of the most desirable places to live in southern California.
Areas of Palos Verdes Estates
Palos Verdes Estates Facts and Statistics
Area: 4.75 sq. miles (3,038 acres)
Parkland: 847 acres (28% of City Land)
Elevation: 1,134 feet (highest); Sea level (lowest)
Neighborhoods: Lunada Bay, Malaga Cove, Margate, Montemalaga, Valmonte