Listing price: $1,075,000
Fantastic Rancho Palos Verdes family home on Elkridge Drive features great floor plan: 5 bedrooms, huge living room with fireplace, formal dining room, kitchen/family room combo that opens to the yard. Newer wood flooring installed in much of the home. Upper floor includes three bedrooms, two baths and a laundry room. Two more bedrooms and another full bathroom are downstairs. Direct access to the over-sized garage is on the lower floor. Conveniently located near the Peninsula center and within district of award-winning schools.
Viewing by appointment only. Call or text Lucy at (310) 293-4866 to set up an appointment.
Wonderful family wanted a home in the Palos Verdes School District for their daughter. Could I make it happen for them? Yes! Their goal of a 5-bedroom Colonial style home with a pool in the right location was achieved and everyone is happy. Life is good!
Out of the 20 homes I viewed last week, this one blew me away.
I visited Italy in 2006 and this property brought me right back there. The quality and style especially that fantastic kitchen… vacation at home. Let me know if you want to check it out. (310) 293-4866
Listed for $2,799,000
ML# PV13103543 4 Bedroom, 4,700 Sq. Ft. (estimated) Palos Verdes Estimates Home
Don’t miss out on yummy eats – 1 week left until it ends July 27.
Check out our South Bay participants!
- American Farmhouse Tavern & Dining Hall
- Bluewater Grill
- Il Foranio – Manhattan Beach
- Mucho Ultima
- Rock’N Fish – Manhattan Beach
- Second Story at The Belamar Hotel
- The Strand House
- Zinc @ Shade
PALOS VERDES PENINSULA
- Catalina Kitchen at Terranea Resort
- Gaetano’s Restaurant
- The Melting Pot – Torrance
Learn more. Eat well. Have fun.
Calling on any LA South Bay Homeowner (or soon to be) that wants to GREEN UP YOUR HOME!
Here’s some upcoming events that will help you learn how and share great ideas for your own South Bay home:
- SOUTH BAY SOLAR & GREEN HOME TOUR
Saturday, May 12, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
The Environmental Priorities Network is sponsoring its seventh annual Solar Homes Tour in the Hermosa Beach, Torrance, and Redondo Beach. Attending this tour or any home included in it will open up a new world of technologies to help you to participate in a sustainable energy economy. Reducing energy use will help to save our planet from catastrophic climate change, and will save you money as well. The listed homes have many other environmental features like solar hot water heating, double pane windows, low voltage lighting, off-peak timed appliances, and native and drought-tolerant plantings. This is a great opportunity to find out more about conservation, renewable energy, and energy efficiency. Each home will be open to visitors for two hours or more starting with the first one from 8:30 to 10:30 AM. The last home can be visited from 3:30 to 5:30 PM. At one home you may view the control panel showing the meter running backwards, and at another you may inspect the electric car in the garage. You are requested to present the flyer to the host or hostess of each home that you visit. Tour Flyer.
- SUCCESS WITH SUCCULENTS
Saturday, May 12 10 – 11 a.m.
Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden
Maria Capaldo, Award-Winning Cactus Cultivator
Patrick Moore, Local Succulent Enthusiast
Ever noticed just about every article about landscaping in Southern California suggests using cacti and succulents? They’re perfect for our climate, especially for blending with native plants and grasses to create stunning, yet water wise displays. Patrick will lead a discussion on how to use these amazing plants in environments ranging from the windowsill to the front yard. A wide variety of samples will be available for sale. (All proceeds donated to MBBG.) Prior registration required. Contact Julie Gonella at (310) 546-1354 or Julie@manhattanbeachbotanicalgarden.org. Leave your name(s), class request(s), number of people attending and phone # when calling.
- WHAT IS PERMACULTURE AND HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN
Memorial Day Weekend
Lecture – Saturday May 26, 3 – 6 p.m. $20
Hands-On Workdays – Sunday May 27 1 – 6 pm $30 and Monday May 28 9 am – 6 pm $30
$75 for 3-day Workshop
Pacific Unitarian Church
Permaculture is a land use and community building movement, which strives for the harmonious integration of human dwellings, microclimate, annual and perennial plants, animals, soils, and water into stable, productive communities.The weekend workshop will cover land planning; how to build the design; irrigation; soil fertility management; composting and vermi-composting; mulching; permaculture lasagna; planting annual and perennial herbs, vegetables, fruit and nut trees; and orchard slopes. Led by Dr. Bill Roley, the director of the Permaculture Institute of Southern California, he is an applied ecologist, environmental instructor and consultant. He also designs strategies to improve sustainable resources for homes, organizations, governments and businesses. He heads the Ecological Restoration Certificate Program at Saddleback College and teaches biology at Soka University. Pre-registration required.
- MUCH ADO ABOUT MULCH
Saturday, June 2 10 – 11 a.m.
Manhattan Beach Garden
Mike Garcia, Enviroscape
Want to know how to get some free mulch? How about how to choose the right mulch for maximum benefit to your yard? Or maybe you’re wondering if there is any danger or risk to using mulch. This class will give you all the inside information, and provide you with a resource for free mulch. Prior registration required. Contact Julie Gonella at (310) 546-1354 or Julie@manhattanbeachbotanicalgarden.org. Leave your name(s), class request(s), number of people attending and phone # when calling.