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By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
(Remax Estate Properties - )
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Who owns "Annie's Stand", the produce stand near Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, and who is Annie? On March 10, 2005,Doug Hatano, who farms in the area, leased the stand from the City of Rancho Palos Verdes for a 5 year period. He retained the name "Annie's Stand" which was named in honor Annie Ishi...

By Rachel Martiens and Kathy Tyndall = The Tyndall Team, Love Living In The South Bay
(RE/MAX ESTATE PROPERTIES)
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Hello,   Today is Septmeber 24th. There are 258 homes for sale on the Peninsula. The average price per square foot varies on the location. The average days on market is currently 105 days. The lowest priced home is located on the east side of the hill on Kingsridge. It is a three bedroom two bath...

By Elaine Murphy Carlson
(RE/MAX Estates Properties)
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Statistics for the month of August for Palos Verdes Real Estate are now available.  There were 29 closed escrows, 26 pending sales in August and 51 closed escrows and 26 pending sales in July.  The number of closed escrows are down compared to the last 5 months.  To read more, click here...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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The original plans for the Palos Verdes Project had several different names planned for Palos Verdes Drive. Palos Verdes Drive North was originally planned to be named Granvia Valmonte from Malaga Cove Plaza through to Anaheim Street. Palos Verdes Drive West was to have been named Granvia La Cost...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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Palos Verdes was once considered for the location of Disneyland: In the early 1950's, Walt Disney's company WED Enterprises hired the Stanford Research Institute to conduct a search for the perfect site. The cities of Long Beach, Palos Verdes and Canoga Park were all considered but each had at le...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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Road construction on the Palos Verfdes Peninsula moved forward rapidly in the late 1950's and through the mid 1960's. Hawthorne Blvd. through the Peninsula was completed in several segments. Hawthorne Blvd. was completed from Silver Spur to Crest in 1959. The segment from Palos Verdes Drive North...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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An interesting fact is that Palos Verdes Estates once tried to annex Marineland - In early 1965, the City of Palos Verdes Estates attempted to annex a portion of present day Rancho Palos Verdes totaling 2.92 square miles bordered by High Ridge Road to the east and the Pacific Ocean, including the...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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You do not have to be a member of the Palos Verdes Beach and Athletic Club to use it:Resident, non-members may use the club for a day pass rate of $30 per person per day. Non-residents may also use the club for a day pass of $45 per person per day. These day passes may not be used on Memorial Day...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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I am frequently asked Why don't they widen Palos Verdes Drive North in Rolling Hills Estates since the traffic is so bad? City and community leaders in Rolling Hills Estates do not want the rural nature of their city destroyed, and believe that widening Palos Verdes Drive North in this area will ...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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People often ask me :What is the small park off of Hidden Valley Road in Rolling Hills Estates, just north of Hawthorne Boulevard? Is this a public park? This park is a private soccer facility owned by  Fram CQ, which is a recently consolidated soccer club (formed by the merger of Coastal Quest a...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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Why are there such large median strips on Palos Verdes Drive in Lunada Bay and Via Valmonte?  The original planners of the Palos Verdes Project planned Palos Verdes Drive in these areas to accomodate the Pacific Electric Trolley cars, which were an integral part of the public transportation netwo...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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The statue of King Neptune at the Neptune Fountain in Malaga Cove Plaza in Palos Verdes Estates is a replica of a replica. The original statue was installed in Malaga Cove Plaza in 1930 and was a replica of the original statue of King Neptune at the Neptune Fountain in Bologna, Italy, and was app...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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There are four stories about this. One says the name comes from an acronym for the beach "Right After Torrance". Another says that it stands for "Redondo and Torrance" beach. The two most recent ones that I have heard are that the name was coined by local surfers. The first story says that "Rat S...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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In my opinion, two of the best views from the top of the Peninsula are located in Rancho Palos Verdes in Del Cerro Park, which can be reached at the end of Crenshaw Boulevard just past St. John Fisher, and from Via Del Monte in Palos Verdes Estates, near the top of the hillside overlooking Malaga...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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Rancho del Mar, a small continuation high school, is located just off of Crest road, just to the east of Crenshaw Blvd. This high school, located in Rolling Hills, offers an individualized teaching plan educational program for students whose personalities, needs, and interests get lost in the tra...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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One interesting fact about Frank Vanderlip's original purchase of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in 1913 was that he agreed to purchase the property after only a 10 minute meeting with a real estate broker from Los Angeles.   Frank Vanderlip at his original home "The Cottage" Early in 1913, George Bi...

By Maureen Megowan, Palos Verdes Real Estate Blog
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  Sunday's announcement of the takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has led to a dramatic decrease in interest rates. Conforming 30 year fixed rates have dropped almost a half point, and even jumbo 30 year fixed rate mortgages have dropped about three tenths of a point. Following are interest r...

By Rachel Martiens and Kathy Tyndall = The Tyndall Team, Love Living In The South Bay
(RE/MAX ESTATE PROPERTIES)
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Hello,   Today is Sunday August 31st. There are currently 247 homes for sale in Palos Verdes. If you are looking to move to Palos Verdes or move from your current Palos Verdes home to another, my partner and I would love to help. We specialize in selling Palos Verdes properties and have an extens...

By Norma Toering Broker for Palos Verdes and Beach Cities, Palos Verdes Luxury Homes in L.A.
(Charlemagne International Properties)
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Are you blogging on purpose?  Does your blog have a central focus?  Are you presenting your highest self through your writing?  Or do you write about whatever is on your mind at the moment?   Recently I decided to categorize my blogs.  I was surprised to notice I was addressing more posts to agen...

By Mary Thomas BH,MB,HB, PV, Estates LA+, Mary C. Thomas Your Agent around the Globe
( Remax Estates Properties)
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pic courtesy of google images pv living.com FAVORITE WALKING/ JOGGING TRAILS Here is  a great list of kid friendly and not so kid friendly hiking trails along the Beaches and Peninsula rated hihgly by the PV Mom's club.  For more of their great Guides for Parks, Beaches, Restuarants, Doctors and ...

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