Hermosa Beach Homes for Sale

About Hermosa Beach Homes for Sale

Hermosa Beach could be considered Manhattan Beach’s younger, possibly more “hip” sibling. Many of the same things that make Manhattan Beach great are also available in Hermosa Beach homes for sale, such as proximity to great restaurants, stores, etc. The difference could be summed up in the words of a friend of mine: “Manhattan Beach has great restaurants that serve alcohol; Hermosa Beach has great bars that serve good food.”

Because of hilly topography, Hermosa Beach homes for sale have LOTS of ocean view housing stock. It has a higher density in housing that Manhattan Beach. Prices also tend to be just a tad lower than Manhattan Beach.  Hermosa Beach is divided into three parts; the Sand Section which is West of PCH to the beach, the Hermosa Valley, and the Hills Section above PCH.

Hermosa Beach Homes for Sale

Click below for homes currently listed in these Hermosa Beach communities:

Hermosa Beach Residential Income Properties

Hermosa Beach Schools

Hermosa Beach is home to two elementary schools and one middle school and are among the top 10% in the state. High school students have a choice of Redondo Union High or Mira Costa High in Manhattan Beach.

Hermosa Beach Dining and Shopping

Plenty of restaurants and shopping can be found in the heart of Hermosa; Pier Avenue;  nearly the whole street from PCH all the way down to the pier is lined with quaint shops and restaurants.

Hermosa Beach Entertainment

Hermosa is where the nightlife is and where many of the South Bay’s younger residents go. Some of the most popular live music venues are the legendary jazz club the Lighthouse Cafe on the Pier which has been serving the city since 1949, Saint Rocke which hosts internationally known popular artists, and the famed Comedy and Magic Club, where Jay Leno frequently performs.  The city hosts a free concert series at the beach in the summer, as well as numerous surf contests, triathlons, festivals, Shakespeare by the Sea and much more.

Hermosa Beach Parks and Recreation

For a small town, Hermosa has a lot of parks- thirteen of them! They include a skate park, a permit-only sports field, a lawn bowling green, and plenty of play parks. Don’t forget the beaches!

Commuting in Hermosa Beach

Like its neighbors Redondo and Manhattan, Hermosa is an easy commute to Los Angeles, LAX and points south. Located close to the 405 it’s an easy commute into “the city”.

Hermosa Beach Sand Section

The Hermosa Sand Section is bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west (Beach Dr. or Hermosa Ave), Valley Dr. to the east, a jagged northern border that starts at Longfellow and ends at 35th St and … Read More...

Hermosa Valley

Bounded by Ardmore to the west, PCH to the east, Longfellow to the north and Rancho San Pedro (approx. Herondo St) to the south, the Hermosa Valley is a local family friendly enclave that locals … Read More...

Hermosa Hills

  This part of Hermosa, above Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), is bounded by PCH to the west, Prospect Ave to the east, Artesia Blvd. to the north and 190th St to the south. Comprised primarily of … Read More...