Country Club Living on Prestigious Palos Verdes Peninsula

Hundreds of personalization options and the highest quality building products are just part of the appeal of these gorgeous homes in Rolling Hills Estates.

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    Homes
  • Edited by
    Laura L. Watts
  • Photographed by
    Nick Carver & Chris Mayer

Toll Brothers at Rolling Hills Country Club offers exquisite homes with premium features, quality craftsmanship and views of fairways, Downtown L.A. and the San Gabriel Mountains. These estate-sized, single-family, one- and two story homes are set on the new Rolling Hills Country Club Golf Course on prestigious Palos Verdes Peninsula—conveniently located near recreational activities, shopping, dining, public parks and miles of equestrian trails.

Golf course members have exclusive access to a state-of-the-art course and practice facilities as well as a golf academy.

The Country Club Course also includes a driving range, short game practice area, practice putting green and indoor facility.

Rolling Hills Country Club features a newly designed, 70,000- square-foot clubhouse that offers both fine and casual dining, an outdoor lounge with gorgeous views, high-end spa with massage rooms, tennis courts, aquatic center, kids club and more. Residents enjoy easy access to freeways, employment centers and the Los Angeles International Airport—just 18 miles away.

The open-concept home designs offer hundreds of personalization options and the highest quality building products.

Home sizes range from 4,500 to 4,900 square feet with four to six bedrooms and three- to four-car garages. Additional features include luxury outdoor living spaces, courtyard-style driveways and the option of single-story living.

This neighborhood is located in the top-rated Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District. Excellent private schools, including Chadwick, Rolling Hills Country Day School and Rolling Hills Preparatory School, are located nearby.

Since home is the centerpiece of how you spend your time, residents will be pleased to discover a plethora of pastimes in the area. Recreation activities like golfing, horseback riding, hiking, sailing, fishing, whale watching and water sports satisfy the most active of lifestyles, while dining options and cultural offerings abound in Rancho Palos Verdes. For avid boaters, you can moor your boat at one of several marinas in San Pedro.

Toll Brothers offers an in-house architectural firm with LEED-certified architects who strive to design beautiful homes in ways that reduce environmental impact and provide energy savings. The firm also features home security and automation solutions, a design studio and a mortgage company.

For more than 50 years, Toll Brothers has prided itself on building more than homes; they build communities in picturesque settings where luxury meets convenience and where neighbors become lifelong friends. Their innovative home building system marries efficient construction with extensive luxury personalization. This means it’s easy for clients to tailor their new home to enhance their lifestyle.

Call today to schedule a private tour!

Toll Brothers at Rolling Hills Country Club

11 Phillips Ranch Road, Rolling Hills Estates

From $3 million

Mariana Delsindico & Jennifer Huff  |  California DRE #01118087, #01969136
TollBrothersRHCC.com  |  310-997-9199

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