Gorgeous Country Hills Home For Lease
My new lease listing is a gorgeous remodeled 2 story home located in the desirable Country Hills community for only $3,650/month. This lovely home has 3 good size bedrooms & 3 baths with additional space for an office. Enjoy a vaulted ceiling living room with fireplace, beautiful kitchen with granite counter tops which opens to a cozy family room. All new bedroom doors and closet doors. Private back yard with a nice patio. Award winning south Torrance schools, and great restaurants and shops in Hillside Village. You can also walk to the nearby De Portola Park.
If you have any questions about the property, or you wish to schedule a showing please contact me at (310) 686-4688.
Photo courtesy of the CRMLS.
Palos Verdes Residents Property Vesting Choices
Palos Verdes buyers know to contact their attorneys or accountants when purchasing a home to inquire on how title should be held. Each homeowner is different and First American Title wants to remind buyers that title to real property in California may be held by individuals, either in Sole Ownership or in Co-ownership. Co-ownership of real property occurs when title is held by two or more persons. there are several variation as to how title may be held in each type of ownership. I will break down the examples of each:
Sole Ownership – may be described as ownership by an individuals or other entity capable of acquiring title. 1.Such as a single man or woman, an unmarried man or woman,or a widow or widower. 2. A married man or woman as his or her sole and separate property. 3. A domestic partner as his of her sole and separate property.
Co-Ownership – title to property owned by two or more persons may be invested in the following forms: 1. Community Property , 2. Community Property with Right of Survivorship, 3. Joint Tenancy, 4. Tenancy in Common
Other ways of vesting title include: 1. Trustees of a Trust.
Photo courtesy of the Muliple Listing Service.
Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy
Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy has been in existence since its founding in 1988, for the purpose of preserving undeveloped land as open space for historical, educational, ecological, recreational and scenic purposes. The Conservancy has been successful preserving the 1,600 acres of open space on the Palos Verdes Peninsula with the help of many volunteers..
The Conservancy’s vision is the creation and management of large blocks of natural open space where visitors may enjoy peaceful solitude, where children and adults can learn about the natural environment, and where native plants and animals can thrive.
The Conservancy hosts a full calendar of popular activities monthly with volunteer workdays, training programs for wildlife and trail repair, and special events throughout the year, including:
- Nature walks, bird walks, and night hikes on the preserves
- Special topic events and workshops
- Volunteer workdays on the trails and at the nursery
- Trail crew training for outdoor volunteers
- Environmental education programs at White Point Nature Education Center
- Family activities at George F Canyon Nature Center
To learn more about the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy go to www.pvplc.org.
Photo courtesy of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy.
Palos Verdes Homeowners Ask “What is an Uninsured Deed”?
Palos Verdes homeowners need to be aware of the risk of an uninsured deed. Recently Ticor Title sent out a reminder to real estate agents regarding why this could be of concern. The most common problem of an Uninsured Deed comes in the form of a Quictclaim deed between family members. When a person gets added to title, this is a window of opportunity for those against him/her to attach to the property.
When you are selling your property, it is always best to use a realtor. They will use a title company to make sure that a recorded Uninsured Deed will be shown on the Preliminary Title Report, which is for the protection of the homeowner to make sure the deed was not signed fraudulently or under duress which was the intention of the grantor to transfer title.
A realtor would know how to spot this kind of activity on a property profile. If they find that there is no title order number, escrow number, or even an accomodation stamp they will immediately notify the client. Without having this set of extra eyes, a homeowner may find themselves in need of an attorney to help settle their property issues.
Palos Verdes Condo Lease Reduced!
Just reduced, my condo lease listing at 3605 Hidden Lane #202, in Rolling Hills Estates. Offered now at only $2280/month, you will find that this is the best priced condo unit currently available in this area on the Multiple Listing Service.
This unit is 2 bedrooms/2 baths, and is 951 square feet. It has a remodeled kitchen and bath with newer carpet. It is located in a wonderful condominium complex, with a swimming pool, spa, tennis court and much more.
Contact me for more information at www.tubasellspv.com.
Photo courtesy of the CRMLS.
Palos Verdes Horseback Riding Stables
Palos Verdes offers many horseback riding opportunities here on the Peninsula. Besides having full care and riding club amenities, several local stables offer just plain riding opportunities.
Peter Weber Equestrian Center offers boarding and riding classes at it’s facilities. It also offers summer camps for different levels starting with a pony camp for the youngest enthusiasts.The center has access to 90 miles of manicured trails and is located at 26401 Crenshaw Blvd., Rolling Hills Estates. You can reach them at (310) 541-9476 or go to www.PWECENT.com for more information.
Palos Verdes Stables was established in 1926 it is home to over 87 privately owned horses and provides immediate access to miles of public trails. So whether you’re looking to improve your riding skills or simply want to board your horse this stable will meet your needs. Currently, they are running their summer horse camps with pony camps starting with kids as young as 4. Horseback riding is also available by calling (310) 378-3527. The stable is located at 4057 Via Opata, Palos Verdes Estates. Go to www.palosverdesstables.com for more information.
Wagon Wheel offers trail rides throughout the week. The one hour guided tour will take you through canyons lush with coastal chaparral habitat and continues on up to a sweeping panoramic view of the entire Los Angeles basin. For more experienced riders they recommend a two hour ride, which will take you over to Dapple Gray and Strawberry Lane. Reservations are required and they suggest you book at your earliest convenience. To schedule a ride call (310) 567-3582, or go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo courtesy of Peter Weber Equestrian Center.
Palos Verdes Quarterly Sales Report April – June 2017
Palos Verdes real estate market has increased in the first six months of the year, with sales price and average square foot prices increasing.The overall area markets seem to be feeling the same movement with interest rates still low, and first time buyers getting the sticker price shock.
RE/MAX Estate Properties has put out an actual closed sales price report for Westside sales, South Bay sales, Palos Verdes and Harbor areas sales. To read more on each of these area statistics click here.
Above is my listing at 28623 N. Enrose Ave, Rancho Palos Verdes. This gorgeous home is in move in condition with 3 bedrooms/2 baths and 1,856 square feet. it has been remodeled with an open concept floor plan and new wood flooring throughout. It features a gorgeous kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and a large center island. With two fireplaces, and a large formal dining room this is a perfect home for entertaining. Come by my Open House this weekend on Saturday or Sunday from 1 – 4 p.m.
Charming Rancho Palos Verdes Home Open Saturday 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
This charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,856 square foot home, is located at 28623 N. Enrose Avenue in Rancho Palos Verdes. It is now on the market for only $948,800, and I’m sure will not be on the market long. This home features an open concept, a remodeled kitchen with granite counters and large center island. The house has fireplaces located in both the living room, and the family room. There is also an additional room that can be used as an office or formal dining room.
This home is close to shopping, restaurants and the freeway. It is also within the Palos Verdes award winning school system.
This beautiful home will be held open this Saturday from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
To see the Virtual Tour of the property click here.
For more information on this property contact Tuba Ghannadi at (310) 686-4688.
Gorgeous Palos Verdes Home for Lease!
This gorgeous Palos Verdes homes is now availabe for lease for only $4300/month. Located at 29132 Warnick Road, Rancho Palos Verdes, in the Los Verdes neightborhood, this 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2,247 square foot home is move in ready for it’s new family.
This home has a modern floor plan and has been nicely removated. It’s remodeled kitchen and baths have been tastefully done. It has an open floor plan and soaring vaulted ceilings, with floor to ceiling glass windows and new wide plant white oak distressed floors on the main level. There is also a newly remodeled stacked stone fireplace which adds to the comfortable style of the home plus a gigantic great room. Upstairs there is a partial ocean view from some of the bedrooms, and the master retreat has a remodeled bath.
This is definitely a perfect family home with it’s landscaped backyard and patio to relax and entertain in. It is located close to parks and the Peninsula Center.
This lovely home will definitely go fast. Please call Tuba at (310) 686-4688 for a private showing.
Palos Verdes Nature Preserves
The Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy has preserved more than 1,600 acres of open spaces on the Peninsula since its founding in 1988. Going back to the original plan by the Olmsted Brothers to make sure that 28% of the Peninsula would remain open space, the spectacular views and precious habitat not only contribute to the quality of human life on the peninsula, but provide valuable refuges and wildlife corridors for animal and plant inhabitants.
The diverse topography of the Peninsula with its beaches and bluffs, steep slopes, canyons and ridgelines leads to its rich biodiversity. Native coastal sage scrub, grassland, cactus and riparian scrub grow alongside non-native annual grassland, exotic woodlands and large areas of disturbed vegetation. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy helps to shelter four at risk species: the El Segundo blue butterfly, the Palos Verdes blue butterfly, the Coastal California gnatcatcher and the cactus wren. They cultivate 60 different species of plants that are used in restoration projects that restore habitat critical to survival of these species at their native plant nurseries.
The Palos Verdes Nature Preserve takes in almost 1,400 acres with over 30 miles of trails through rolling hills, steep canyons and rock outcrops.The PVNP is made up of the following Reserves:
To see a map of the Palos Verdes Nature Preserves click here.
Photo courtesy of the White Point Nature Education Center and Preserve.