Sitting on the stunning verdant hills of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Rolling Hills is a small, idyllic gated community known for its pastoral charm. And with neighborhood access limited to three entry gates as well as 24-hour security, privacy and peace of mind are among the many benefits residents enjoy.
You won’t find crowded streets cramped or have to worry about loud cars and neighbors. Rolling Hills has no traffic lights, and the views between one residence and the next will make you feel like you’re in the lovely countryside. The community is built on and around the lush hills and deep canyons of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and maintaining its natural features is a top priority.
There are no industrially or commercially zoned areas in Rolling Hills. The only commercial district within the neighborhood hosts the Rolling Hills City Hall and the Rolling Hills Community Association.
Since its incorporation in 1957, Rolling Hills has preserved its equestrian lifestyle, with sprawling multi-acre lots and a network of wide horse paths near streets and property lines. Homeowners are required to have enough space for horse stalls on their land.
All this is just minutes away from the urban attractions and conveniences of downtown Los Angeles, as well as the cities of Torrance and Rolling Hills Estates.
Homes for sale in Rolling Hills, CA
Rolling Hills features single-story single-family homes with sprawling lots. Most of these homes were built in the 1940s to 1970s and adhere to the19th century California ranch style or resemble a Spanish hacienda. All homes are required to be painted white.
Spanning almost 2 acres of land, 1 Packsaddle Road East is a very special property that Gerard has represented in Rolling Hills. Reflecting influences from 19th century Virginia farm houses, this property features an exposed-beam cathedral ceiling, a brick hearth, and classic wood-paneled cabinets. Along with its cozy, rustic charm, this home also features modern, state-of-the art amenities like an audio and video room, gym, pool, and spa. Staying true to Rolling Hills’ equestrian spirit, stables and a paddock are found on the grounds.
Living in Rolling Hills
- Served by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District, Rolling Hills students have access to some of the top schools in the country. Trusted sources like Niche.com and The Washington Post have recognized Palos Verdes Peninsula High School as one of the top 10 high schools in the nation. A diploma from The Chadwick School, known as one of the best private high schools in America, also carries unbeatable prestige.
- Just outside the city are four nature reserves – the Forrestal Nature Reserve, the Portuguese Bend Reserve, Filiorum Reserve and the Three Sisters Reserve. Head to these open spaces to experience the refreshing outdoors and enjoy stunning hikes showcasing the natural beauty of Southern California.
- Located atop bluffs, Del Cerro Park is a landscaped park with spectacular vistas of the Pacific Ocean and Southern California’s canyons and islands. The trails stretching from the southernmost end of Crenshaw Boulevard to the park itself are dog-friendly and provide a great hiking, biking, and riding experience.
- Relaxing beachside views and enjoyably challenging layouts make the 18 holes of the Billy Bell-designed Los Verdes Golf Course a great weekend getaway for golf aficionados.
Enjoy the tranquility, beauty, and bucolic equestrian lifestyle of Rolling Hills. Contact Gerard Bisignano at 310-990-4727 or send an email to gerard(at)vistasir(dotted)com.