Incorporated in 1957, Rolling Hills only encompasses 1,900 acres within 3 square miles. Located inland, just west of Palos Verdes Drive North, Rolling Hills is the oldest city on the Peninsula and has the smallest population of approximately 2,000 residents. This exclusive city has only 3 entrance gates controlled by security guards. All Rolling Hills building sites have a minimum of 1 acre, but most sites have more than 2 acres. The area is noted for its sprawling, one-story ranch type homes featuring tennis courts, pools, and riding facilities. For those equestrian lovers, there is a predominance of horse stables and corrals coupled with white fences and riding trails within the city.