Traditional Colonial with a View
Two story colonial home, traditional exterior, clean/contemporary interior. Quiet street, backyard with well manicured garden, large vacant hillside, and views of a valley. Experienced host happy to welcome you!
I have only one neighbor to my right. They are wonderful people and I have a nice relationship with them. There is no one behind me, across from me, or to the left. Neighbor relations are very simple!
Film permits can be obtained through the City of Rancho Palos Verdes, and as of time of this posting, range from $150-300 depending on the nature of the project. A business license is also required, $156. Student and non-profit productions are exempt from the fees (but not the process). The process is relatively quick and easy- the forms take about 5 minutes, and the city is very responsive (I have seen approvals in 1 day). The forms should be completed 3 days in advance (though more lead time is recommended if possible). Filming activities are limited to 7am-7pm, though you can pay extra to the city for an extension on these hours.
There is ample street parking for cars. The City of Rancho Palos Verdes will require a “parking plan” as part of your film permit application. I am happy to share successful strategies to make this work. Production vans are not permitted to park on the street, but can be accommodated onsite (size permitting) and, with permission, in a commercial lot 50 yards from the home. Inquire for details.
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