Hacienda de la Paz, a millennium of art, architecture and engineering under one roof. Positioned on 7.4 acres, the Spanish estate designed by legendary architect Rafael Martos took 17 years to build and is the 36th largest residence built in the U.S. Perched 1,100 feet. above Los Angeles on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the guard-gated city of Rolling Hills; one of the safest and wealthiest cities in America. 180-degree panoramic views encompass the Pacific Ocean, beaches, downtown and the San Gabriel Mountains. Resort amenities include a 10,000-square feet hamam spa, 15,000 square feet grand ballroom. Can accommodate a basketball court, indoor horse arena or car showroom. 2 tennis courts;.Indoor and outdoor. 2 swimming pools. Indoor and outdoor, direct access to horse stables, arenas and 57 miles of equestrian trails, guesthouse, bocce court, gym, yoga room, wine cellar, catering kitchens, geothermal heating or cooling, heated floors, elevators, 6 car garage and motor court.