This condo is what we like to call the beacon of seaside living! Ideally located just minutes away from Manhattan Beach Pier, providing you convenient access to fine dini...
Loaded with original Manhattan Beach cottage charm, this prime beachfront property offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to set new roots down on a truly special piece ...
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Manhattan Beach is one of the most desirable places to live in Southern California. Homes are quite expensive even by LA standards. How expensive? Three out of the 12 most expensive neighborhoods in the Los Angeles area are found in Manhattan Beach.
In addition to the pristine beaches and great weather, there are top ranked public schools, shopping areas, world class restaurants and local beach joints plus all the amenities you would expect for luxury living. There's easy freeway access and LAX is a quick drive on surface streets.
Celebrities, professional athletes, hedge fund managers, business owners, doctors, attorneys and anyone else who is attracted to an upscale beach lifestyle live here.
If you are not familiar with this town, head down to the Pier and the Strand to get the local vibe.
The median sales price has been right around $2.5M. Between $2,000,000 and $3,000,000 buyers usually have a number of options. Under $2,000,000 is a tougher price point. New Construction typically starts at over $3,000,000. Consider the high end to be above $5,000,000.
Homes west of Sepulveda Blvd (PCH) are more expensive than those found in East Manhattan.
This map is displaying all the Manhattan Beach listings starting with the least expensive first.
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Single Family Residences are Blue and Condos | Townhomes are Orange.