August 2015

Found 5 blog entries for August 2015.

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You don't have to head far away to tap into the great outdoors. Just venture to the Palos Verdes Peninsula and you can discover a wealth of trails and vistas well worth a short drive from anywhere in the Beach Cities.

Thanks to the Palos Verdes Land Conservancy, more than 1,600 acres of open space have been preserved on the PV Peninsula for use as undeveloped open space for historical, educational, ecological, recreational, and scenic purposes. The preservation of these natural open spaces provides peaceful solitude where adults and children can learn about the natural environment while allowing native plants and animals to exist in their environments. 

CactiAlongTrailThree Sisters Reserve is just one of the many scenic open spaces the PVLC had been able to

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There's a new lighthouse in Hermosa Beach and it could be yours. The asking price? A cool $4,990,000 and this unique ode could be your abode.

Nestled on a walkstreet corner just steps to the beach and ocean beyond, 801 Hermosa Avenue isn't just a residence. It's an eye-capturing visually striking home attentively designed by architect David Watson of Manhattan Beach. 

LighthouseVErtWatson got the call to design the custom spec home after the client saw his work on another Hermosa house, and dialed Watson's number from the sign posted on the work site.

The client's request? Craft "an East Coast style home with a nautical theme," Watson told South Bay Confidential. A "lighthouse type element" would be an "added bonus," in the client's eyes, Watson…

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Wanna play in a land inspired by The Beatles' "Yellow Submarine," or at least let the kids get down with the song's legendary hallmarks?! Or, how about a craft brew to go with some solid tunes and solid food?

Gene-and-PaulFor sure, there's no end to the fun that can be had at Rock & Brews in south Redondo Beach, especially when you consider that rock icons Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley (pictured) are behind the relatively new entry into concept dining.

The RB site, located in a family-friendly community near the ocean, opened in May 2013 and continues to draw locals and travelers to its 5,400-square-feet of casual American cuisine, broad selection of craft beers, and full bar. It probably doesn't hurt either that there's a kid's play area inspired by The…

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Summer is all about the beach, and in Manhattan Beach, one of our new listings has the best of many worlds.

If you'll permit us a little self-promotion here, we'd like to tell you about our new listing at 316 18th St. in Manhattan Beach.

The home is a smallish, original beach cottage built in the 1950s. It's got the plus of some extra space built out downstairs – a family room, gym or even a 4th bedroom. (The home is officially 3br/2.5ba, 1225 sqft.).

Living-rm-twd-frontBecause it has been nicely refreshed, many people who have come through love the home say that they love it as it is. Or they would consider modest upgrades.

The location is a big draw. You're just 2 minutes from downtown, with its compelling mix of restaurants, shops and watering holes.

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