Manhattan Beac is a pretty idyllic place to live but may not be perfect for everyone. If you’re looking for a home nearby or hoping for lower home prices, Redondo Beach might be a good fit. Welcome to real estate in the city of Redondo Beach. North Redondo sits both east and South of Manhattan Beach and South Redondo is a bit closer to the beach and a little further south. Redondo Beach offers great schools, proximity to the beach, and an abundance of shopping, dining and outdoor activities. Some highlights include surfing, volleyball, kite surfing, dining at King Harbor, great shopping in the Riviera Village, the Redondo Beach pier, and nature walks at Wilderness Park.
From a real estate perspective, Redondo Beach is broken into two distinct areas….North Redondo which is generally everything north of 190th and South Redondo which is everything south of 190th. (see map below) North Redondo generally has a greater variety of housing options and prices are generally considerably less than South Redondo. Some of the neighborhoods or areas are the Golden Hills, TRW tract, and the Golden Triangle. Unlike North Redondo, South Redondo extends all of the way to the beach and many homes offer great ocean views. Much of the reason for South Redondo’s increased value is that it feels much closer to the beach and is a bit less densely populated.
Some of the more well known areas of Redondo Beach include The Village and Seascape oceanview condos, the Hollywood Riviera, The Golden Hills, the “Avenues” and the oceanfront complexes of the Esplanade.
Some notable areas of Redondo include North Redondo with an abundance of housing options, South Redondo, the Hollywood Riviera , Brookside Village, the resort living of The Village and Seascape Oceanfront Condominiums, oceanfront condos on the Esplanade and North Redondo Beach with the TRW tract and the Golden Hills.
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