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Rancho Palos Verdes Guesthouses



Furnished, Lower, Guest House, Will Consider Pet, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Laminate, Street Parking, laundry on site, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, microwave, yard, patio, washer and dryer in unit, Two-bedroom/two-bathroom plus office in a guest apartment on the lower level of a single family residence in a quiet, safe residential community in Rancho Palos Verdes. Walking distance to Marymount College. Apartment includes additional storage space and private laundry (washer and dryer - use free of charge). Cable, internet (WIFI), utilities, water, and trash all included. Serene living environment with lots of open space and privacy. The apartment has its own deck with an ocean view. There is secure gated access from a private road and plenty of enclosed outdoor space for a behaved pet to roam. The area surrounding the apartment is expansive, peaceful, lush, and green. The lease term is negotiable., Paid utilities & water & hot water & trash & gas & electricity & cable & gardener, 700 sqft $1,750.00 , 1750 deposit,
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About Rancho Palos Verdes
Rancho Palos Verdes is a city that blankets the Palos Verdes Peninsula's southernmost territory. It is adjacent only to Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills/Rolling Hills Estates, San Pedro, and the Pacific Ocean. As anyone who has ever visited Rancho Palos Verdes can attest, its most memorable attribute is its scenery: verdant hills and steep bluffs hem the gorgeous California coastline all along the city's southern boundary, affording views of the ocean that are second to none. Housing in RPV includes some rental space, but is almost completely dominated by large, palatial single-family homes with custom architecture and elaborate landscaping.

Accessibility is not Rancho Palos Verdes' strong suit; while Palos Verdes Drive S., Hawthorne Blvd., and Crenshaw Blvd. all cut through its geography fairly directly, they only manage to deposit motorists at major freeway entrances—to the 110 and 405, specifically—after miles upon miles of travel. Of course, most who choose to live in this area are more concerned with privacy and picturesqueness than with convenience, and RPV has those qualities in spades.