Redondo Beach Homes & Real Estate
Search today's newest homes for sale and real estate in Redondo Beach. The community of Redondo Beach, California is one of three Los Angeles County beach cities. Those interested in moving to Redondo Beach will discover the neighborhood situated in the South Bay area, the city around 16 miles northeast from Los Angeles and 20 miles via the South Main Street route. Those living in the city of sand and sun near Los Angeles, know that it was once a part of a 1785 Spanish land grant that evolved into the area known as South Redondo. Its unusual shape includes a beachfront strip plus an inland area. To request more information about Redondo Beach, California properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Los Angeles area real estate professionals today. Read more about Redondo Beach real estate.
Homes For Sale in Redondo Beach, CA
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Redondo Beach Real Estate Market
The Redondo Beach real estate market experienced a 5 percent ($49,500) jump in median home sales during the preceding year. Prospective homebuyers looking to purchase a single-family home can expect listing prices in the low $600's. Home prices range from the $130's to more than $5 million for residences with 400 to more than 12,000 square feet of living space, one to six bedrooms, and a similar number of bathrooms. Homes for sale also include condominium and townhouse properties. Contemporary, ranch, and Spanish styles are popular on the market and feature both one- and two-floor structures. Those planning to buy a home can choose a resale property or one from among 138 area communities offering new construction.
Redondo Beach Community Amenities
A pleasant coastal climate means ample opportunities for residents living in Redondo Beach to enjoy outdoor activities in 15 parks and 13 parkettes found in the community. Surfing and beach volleyball are particularly popular among those living Redondo Beach neighborhoods. Large commercial and recreational water attractions include King Harbor, a 1,500-slip port for private crafts; Redondo Beach Pier; Seaside Lagoon; and a community beach for surfing and sunbathing. The city’s location near Los Angeles means an easy drive on I-110 or a ride on the Metro Rail Green Line for employment, education, or a night on the town. Homeowners who enjoy shopping locally patronize a small business district near the pier that underwent a 1990s revival. A second retail area known as Riviera Village offers a quiet ambience in which to shop, meet with friends, or dine. Two public libraries and a performing arts center serve the city. The five largest local employers are Northrop Grumman, the Redondo Beach Unified School District, the Beach Cities Health District, the City of Redondo Beach, and Nordstrom.
Redondo Beach Neighborhood Highlights
- Seasonal California coastal climate permits plenty of outdoor time
- Homeowners are always just minutes from the beach
- Public education opportunities include highly rated schools
- Homeowners enjoy a city with its own police, fire, and public works departments
Redondo Beach School Information
Students living in Redondo Beach neighborhoods can attend public schools that are part of the Redondo Beach Unified School District. Redondo Union High School adjoins the campus of Redondo Shores High School, a continuation school. Students in grades 9 through 12 can attend the Redondo Beach Learning Academy day school, which offers an independent studies curriculum. South Bay Faith Academy is a local private high school. Two public middle schools serve the city, along with eight elementary schools.
Four private schools serve middle and elementary students of the community. Seven colleges and universities, each with more than 2,000 students, are within 11 miles of Redondo Beach. Among them are California State University-Dominguez Hills in Carson and Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
Homebuyers appreciate the opportunity to enjoy local attractions or make an easy commute to take in a Lakers’ game, advance a career, or enjoy a special dinner in Los Angeles. A cooperative coastal climate means year-round outdoor fun. Those who decide to buy a home in this community can take advantage of a real estate market that is on the upswing and that features a wide range of home prices, types, sizes, and styles among homes for sale. Given all these benefits, it’s easy to see why so many are opting to call Redondo Beach home.
Redondo Beach Real Estate Agents
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