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Redondo Beach Homes for Sale

Comprised of two distinctly different halves, Redondo Beach homes for sale offer something for just about everyone who wants to live in the South Bay. The two portions of the city are connected via a very thin strip near the intersection of 190th street and Pacific Coast Highway.

North Redondo Beach is located just to the east of Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach and offers four distinct neighborhoods: Villas North, commonly called area 151, which is North of Artesia; the Golden Hills (Area 154), which is the area just east of Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach and just south of Artesia; Villas South, also called area 152, which is South of Artesia and East of the Golden Hills; and El Nido, also known as area 153, which is on the Eastern side of Redondo Beach, near the Galleria shopping center and Inglewood avenue. North Redondo has some newer large homes, a great deal of smaller post-war single family homes, some apartment buildings, and a large proportion of two and three on a lot “townhomes” which are condominiums from a legal point of view but often are completely separate from each other with no common walls. Located closer to the freeway access than South Redondo, the North part of town offers shorter commutes to the Westside and downtown Los Angeles and more affordable housing than the South section, due primarily to its distance from the beach.

South Redondo has four distinct areas: the areas West of Pacific Coast Highway, the area East of PCH which is divided up into the parts North and South of Torrance Boulevard, and the Hollywood Riviera section at the base of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. (Parts of the Hollywood Riviera are legally city of Torrance, but all have a Redondo Beach Post Office.) South Redondo Beach is the part of Redondo where you can find Redondo Beach homes for sale with ocean views. Housing stock is primarily two or three on a lot townhomes, smaller 7 or 8 unit complexes, and large 6 story condominium buildings along the famous and beautiful Esplanade. A Redondo Condo can be a wonderful starter home for young marrieds, a second vacation home or a maintenance free home for empty nester.

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 Redondo Beach Schools

Redondo Beach has a terrific school district with a truly innovative superintendent of schools and most schools scoring in the high 800’s for their Academic Performance Index (API) score.  Redondo Beach’s high school is noted for its strong college counseling program, its band and music programs, its winning sports teams and it’s magnificent ocean view campus.

Redondo Beach Dining and Shopping

Riviera Village has numerous restaurants and shops, as does the King Harbor area near the famous Redondo Beach pier. There is also tons of shopping along Artesia Boulevard in North Redondo, and the Galleria Mall with its’ Nordstroms anchor store also brings in shoppers from all parts of the South Bay.

 Redondo Beach Entertainment

The Galleria Mall is home to the AMC 16 theaters, and there is no shortage of small bars, clubs and pubs around town and on the Pier.  The Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center hosts Broadway-style musical productions, a distinguished speaker series, ballet and a food truck festival.

Redondo Beach Parks and Recreation

There are 14 parks in Redondo Beach- three of which are over 10 acres large- with community centers, little league fields, track and field, picnic areas, tennis, banquet facilities and a dog park.

Commute

Located closer to the freeway access than South Redondo, the North part of town offers shorter commutes to the Westside and downtown Los Angeles and more affordable housing than the South section, due primarily to its distance from the beach.

 

 

North Redondo Beach – Villas North

Before recent renumbering, this area was known as Area 51 -- and no, you will not be abducted by aliens! :-> It is now Area 151.  Bounded by Aviation Blvd. to the west, Inglewood Ave to the east, … Read More...

North Redondo Beach – Villas South

Bounded by Aviation Ave to the west, Ripley Ave to the east and south, and Artesia Blvd. to the north, area 152 is the heart of North Redondo Beach. Housing stock is mostly 2 on a lot or 3 on a lot … Read More...

North Redondo Beach – Golden Hills

Bounded by Harper Ave and Reynolds Ln to the west, Aviation Ave/ Ford and Harkness Aves to the east, Artesia Blvd. to the north and Anita St to the south, the Golden HIlls is considered the premier … Read More...

North Redondo Beach – El Nido

Bounded by Ripley Ave to the west and the north, the railroad tracks east of Inglewood ave to the east and 190th St to the south, the El Nido area (named after a local park) is made up primarily of … Read More...

South Redondo – South/West of PCH

With boundaries that include Pacific Coast Highway on the East side (as the name implies!), Anita St (190th) on the north, the Pacific Ocean on the West, and a irregular southern edge between the … Read More...

South Redondo Beach – S of Torrance Blvd.

With the curving arm of Pacific Coast Highway to the west and the south, as the name implies, Torrance Blvd. on the North, and an irregular border dividing of Redondo Beach from Torrance starting with … Read More...

South Redondo – N of Torrance

This area is bordered by PCH to the west, Tomlee Ave (just east of Prospect) to the east, Anita St (190th street) on the north and Torrance Boulevard on the south. The area is approximately half … Read More...