Hacienda de la Paz, a millennium of art, architecture and engineering under one roof. An extremely rare property that MUST be experienced! Positioned in Los Angeles' preeminent equestrian community, the authentic Spanish estate is the only U.S. residence designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Manzano Martos. 17 years in the making, this private palace is the 36th largest residence ever built and still standing in the U.S. Perched 1100 ft. above L.A. at the crest of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the 24-hour guard-gated city of Rolling Hills; one of the safest and wealthiest cities in America. Breathtaking and unencumbered 180-degree panoramic views encompass the beaches, downtown and the San Gabriel Mountains. Amenities include a 10,000-sq. ft. hamam spa fit for a king, 15,000 sq. ft., 40 feet high neoclassical grand ballroom(easily converted to a full size basketball court, indoor horse ring or accommodate large car collection), 2 tennis courts; indoor hard court & outdoor red clay court, 2 swimming pools; indoor & outdoor, direct access to 57 miles of equestrian & hiking trails, guesthouse, bocce court, gym, yoga room, wine cellar, catering facilities, energy and cost efficient geothermal heating & cooling system, radiant flooring, elevators, 6 ca
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Main Floor Bedroom
Main Floor Master Bedroom
25 Full Baths
Warmer Oven Drawer
Gas Dryer Hookup
Laundry Closet Stacked
Stackable W/D Hookup
Vented Exhaust Fan
Gas Dryer Hookup
Laundry Closet Stacked
Stackable W/D Hookup
2+ Access Exits
No Interior Steps
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Available for Lease
Striking oceanside cliffs and lush green hills make the Palos Verdes peninsula a jewel of Southern California. Located 25 miles south of Los Angeles, Palos Verdes is known for excellent schools, beautiful estates, and the outdoor lifestyle whether the ocean or horseback riding is your adventure of choice.
Real Estate: The Palos Verdes Peninsula is composed of four cities each with its own distinctive style. Palos Verdes Estates is the oldest city on the peninsula and offers a sophisticated seaside atmosphere. An art Jury was established in 1923 to monitor all building specifications and property changes. Under the guidance of architect Myron Hunt, a California style of architecture with stucco, adobe, and tiled roofs flourished in Palos Verdes. The Art Jury and the Palos Verdes Homes Association continue to oversee building and landscaping across the city.
Rancho Palos Verdes features a variety of living choices, from oceanfront homes and rural ocean view enclaves to quiet family neighborhoods and condo developments.
Rolling Hills is gated, guarded and known for tranquil equestrian properties and a ranch-style charm. Properties here offer city lights and ocean views, with quiet lanes meandering past white fences and grazing horses.
Rolling Hills Estates enjoys a semi-rural setting and maintains many parks, a tennis club and riding stables. There are single-family dwellings and condominium developments within the city, plus the Peninsula’s main shopping malls.
Community Life: Palos Verdes is a surfer’s paradise. There are numerous nature reserves in the area including Palos Verdes Estates Shoreline Preserve, Agua Amarga Reserve, and Portuguese Bend Reserve. A complete shopping, entertainment and dining destination, Rolling Hills Estates includes a mile-long commercial district with open-air shopping plazas featuring a state-of-the-art movie theater, an ice rink, and a blend of specialty restaurants, popular national retailers, and local merchants.
Education: The Palos Verdes Peninsula Unifed School District boasts some of the highest API scores in Southern California. There are eleven elementary schools, three intermediate schools, and three high schools: Palos Verdes High School, Rancho Del Mar High School, an Rancho Del Mary High School. Marymount College is located in Rancho Palos Verdes. Local private schools include Chadwick School and Rolling Hills Country Day School.
Transportation: Palos Verdes is easily reached by the Pacific Coast Highway. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Transit Authority has nine different bus routes spanning the Peninsula.
Local Attractions: The South Coast Botanic Garden is 87 acres of land that offers different gardens, a lake, and an open meadow. The Terranea Resort draws visitors looking for relaxation with an ocean view. The Point Vicente lighthouse in Rancho Palos Verdes is a popular historic landmark. Wayfarers Chapel, also known as the Glass Church, is a church designed by Lloyd Wright and listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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