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After a morning spent blogging about all things real estate in the gorgeous coastal communities of Palos Verdes and the South Bay Beach Cities of Manhattan, Hermosa and Redondo, I received an invitation for a late lunch or early dinner (we need a creative name for this late afternoon meal, maybe linner or dunch?). Naturally, I accepted as I was long overdue to leave my computer screen behind and get out and take advantage of the ample sunshine on another perfect Southern California day.
As is often the case, we found ourselves at Terranea Resort. The view is enchanting any hour of the day and as the ocean breeze wafted gently over our table I’m sure there was an accompanying drop in stress levels and blood pressure. The sight of the ocean does that for me and the addition of a sumptuous setting adds to the enjoyment.
If you are ever in Palos Verdes for business or pleasure I think a night or two at Terranea Resort will give you an unforgettable introduction to the Palos Verdes lifestyle. Undoubtedly, it will leave you wanting more, and if desired, I can help you find a permanent home on this little slice of coastal heaven.
If a vacation home will suffice, there are villas and casitas for sale at the resort. They are lovely but do not qualify as a primary residence.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]