Situated along the Southern California coastline of the Pacific Ocean, Palos Verdes Estates is a neighborhood in Los Angeles, CA along the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Originally a subdivision of Rancho Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates with carved out in 1923 by designers Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. and Charles Cheney. Olmsted and Cheney were protective of the land and ultimately Palos Verdes Estates, CA became one of the first master planned communities in the U.S..
Palos Verdes Estates boasts several local attractions including the expansive and gorgeous Palos Verdes Golf Club, Palos Verdes Tennis Club, and the neon-blue water within the scenic coves along the coastline. Much of the coastline was also protected during the planning of the community, which helped preserve the beautiful beaches, three of which are known to be frequented by the local surfing pros and are famous for the coves in which parts of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies were filmed on location.
With a population of over 13,438 people, Palos Verdes Estates remains one of the most beautiful areas in Southern California, with some of the highest property values in the United States and a school district that ranks for its high-performing schools.