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Palos Verdes Peninsula along Palos Verdes Drive South


It does not matter where you live on the Palos Verdes Peninsula; living here is a luxury.  Mother Nature was in a very generous mood when bestowing her natural gifts upon this little peninsula that juts out majestically into the Pacific Ocean.  Ocean waves meet land with either a gentle lap on the sand or a crash against one of our many towering bluffs.


The lay of the land includes towering cliffs, deep canyons and rolling hills.  We may lack miles of sandy beaches (but the Beach Cities are blessed with a delightful stretch) but we more than make up it for it with our spectacular views.  From the vantage point of the Palos Verdes Peninsula the view includes mountains, the twinkling lights of Los Angeles and surrounding metro area, Catalina Island and on a clear day, the Channel Islands too.


One of the most satisfying things about living here is I’m always happy to come home to Palos Verdes.  I spent my youth in the Midwest and my early adult years making corporate moves all over the USA.  I always referred to myself as a corporate gypsy–always ready to pack my bag and move on to the next destination along the pit stops of my life.


I still love to travel, but my roots are now firmly planted in Palos Verdes.

– Norma (310) 493-8333