Rancho Palos Verdes, CA Real Estate News

By Jason Buck
(Re/Max Palos Verdes)
This community runs along the gorgeous California Coastline following Palos Verdes Dr from Hawthorn Blvd south to the city border at San Pedro. Some of Palos Verdes most amazing treasures are located here including The Glass Church, the Portuguese Bend landslide, private neighborhood, and beach club, the new Terenea development, and of course Trump.As a local resident for over three decades I have witnessed many of the changes. Honestly, I can't understand why Marineland coulnd't have succeeded, and wish that our "going green" environment could have helped the biological center and marine preservation efforts continue - Here are some of the curren t listings as of July 5, 2007:http://matrixreports.gsbrmls.net/MatrixReportServer/Output/31984/Customer_Full0251.PDF If you would like more i...
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By Jason Buck
(Re/Max Palos Verdes)
I live in Western Palos Verdes and grew up in this house since 1975.  My favorite part about this area is watching the moon sink into the ocean. The glaze line of white as the moon reflects in the night sea is breathtaking and can be more exhilarating that during the daytime.I know a lot about the area and the history here and love talking about it - please feel free to write to me anytime if you are thinking about this area.Here are some of the local listings as of July 5, 2007.http://matrixreports.gsbrmls.net/MatrixReportServer/Output/31984/Customer_Full0172.PDF Please feel free to visit my website anytime and request a personalized real estate search at www.jasonbuck.com Have a great day. 
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By Rebecca Chambliss
(Vista Sotheby's International)
Or Ocean Trails as I still call it.There are several on the market now starting at $4 Million.  They are on their 3rd listing agent and have recently opened them up for the public to view.  I suggest you make a day out of it and go visit the "model home" they have open.What's good?  The views are spectacular, the kitchens are large and have great appliances, the location.What's not so good?  Half of the home or more is located in the basement without windows.  This means most of the bedrooms and "family" room are in the basement.  In general, Californian's don't do basements..at least not for living space.  In New York where Trump is from, basement space can't even be considered square footage because it isn't considered living space, so I guess he took advantage of that change here.  T...
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