Favorite Palos Verdes Homes – September 26, 2017
My favorite Palos Verdes Homes on the September 26, 2017, Palos Verdes real estate Broker’s Tour (20 homes had open houses today) are described below. We currently have 191 single family Palos Verdes homes for sale ranging in price from $999,900 in Rancho Palos Verdes (The low in Eastview is $770,000) to $40,000,000 in the City of Rolling Hills. There are 28 Palos Verdes condos/townhomes for sale priced between $265,000 and $1,818,000. My favorite Palos Verdes homes today are:
Kimiah Wyer’s (Keller Williams Realty) 42 Sea Cove Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes 90275 (above left) is a 5 bedroom, 5 bath, 7,954 square foot home for $6,825,000. This stunning Palos Verdes Drive South home located on the ocean bluff, features unobstructed ocean views, master wing with 20′ x 15′ custom closet, library, wine cellar, guest quarters w/kitchenette, infinity pool/spa, and private path down to the ocean. Michael Vernick’s (RE/MAX Estate Properties) 2221 Via Guadalana, Palos Verdes Estates 90274 (above right) is a 3 bedroom, 4 bath, 2,998 square foot home for $3,950,000. This wonderful Monte Malaga home features captivating views of the ocean/harbor/mountains, large open kitchen, dramatic family room, and den/office.
Casey Chappell’s (Keller Williams Realty Irvine) 6070 Woodfern Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes 90275 (above left) is a 4 bedroom, 4 bath, 3,729 square foot home for $2,499,999. This special Monte Malaga home features ocean/Queen’s necklace views, charming kitchen w/center island, master bedroom w/private balcony, sports court and pool/spa. Justine Gregory & Andrew Gregorio’s (Keller Williams Realty) 9 Clear Vista Drive, Rolling Hills Estates 90274 (above right) is a 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,613 square foot home for $2,495,000. This beautiful completely reconstructed (in 2013) home located in “The Ranch” features a master bedroom w/built-ins & walk-in closet, second living room area and a large yard area for entertaining.
To read my prior article on favorite Palos Verdes homes click here.
Photos courtesy of CRMLS