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Over the past few years, North Redondo Beach 90278 has become one of the hottest real estate markets. So what is driving all the activity in this zip code? Value. Buyers get more for their investment dollar in North Redondo Beach (90278) than any other coastal community in Los Angeles County.
Great schools, jobs, freeway access, weather, beach proximity, restaurants, shopping, movie theaters and more. North Redondo Beach has it all.
North Redondo is "Beach" in name only as it is entirely landlocked. It is bound by Manhattan Beach Blvd to the north, 190th St to the South, Torrance to the east and Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach to the west.
You can find everything starting with entry level condominiums, attached and detached 2 and 3 on a lot townhomes, mid century tract homes, and luxury Single Family Houses.
You will really have to understand the local jargon specifically as it pertains to property types and the micro markets.
For example, "Tall and Skinny" refers to SFRs that look like they would be townhomes and "Detached 2 on a lots" are townhomes that are more like SFRs. After a few weeks of looking it will start to make more sense.
If you are thinking of buying a home in North Redondo you may have to make an offer right after the first weekend of Open Houses and you may pay over the asking price. That means you'll need a solid pre-approval letter from a direct lender and a local Realtor who knows what properties should sell for.
The median price has been around $1,025,000. Listings priced under $1,000,000 will get a lot of activity. Between $1,000,000 and $1,500,000 there are some truly spectacular homes and over $1,500,000 is truly the high end.
North of Artesia Blvd, south of Manhattan Beach Blvd and between Inglewood Ave and Aviation Blvd is MLS AREA 151 Villas North. Because this tract lies just east of Manhattan Beach it is often the first choice for buyers renting in Manhattan who want to become home owners.
The Redondo Beach Golden Hills (LMS Area 154) is one of the hottest and most desirable neighborhoods in Redondo Beach. Many homes may have mountain or city views and some are and within a bike ride or within walking distance to the beach.
The Golden Hills mostly offers "Tall & Skinny" Single Family Residences which are around 1900 SqFt of living area on 2500 SqFt lots. These homes often have reverse floor plans with the living room, dining room, kitchen and master bedroom found upstairs and two bedrooms found on the main level. Vaulted ceilings are common and many have original exposed wood ceilings.
New construction in the Golden Hills has hit new highs with homes being priced at $1.5M and higher.
The El Nido neighborhood is located east and west of Inglewood Ave, south of Ripley and north of 190th street. There are many single family residences, (houses) on lots up to 7500 SqFt. Because of the lot size there were a number of 3000+ SqFt homes built there previously and expect to see more. The high end has topped out at around $1.6-$1.7M.
The easternmost properties, adjacent to Hawthorne Blvd and east of the train tracks, are actually City of Torrance with a Redondo Beach mailing address. That means that the schools and other services are Torrance.
The north east quadrant of MLS Area 151 is referred to as the TRW tract. These are streets east of Vail, north of Robinson and south of Manhattan Beach Blvd. You will find single family houses here and some of the largest lots in North Redondo Beach.
North and South refers to which side of Artesia Blvd the property is located on.
MLS Area 151 is north of Artesia Blvd and just east of Manhattan Beach. Villas South is located south of Artesia.
You can find everything starting with entry level condominiums, attached and detached 2 and 3 on a lot townhomes, mid century tract homes, up to luxury Single Family Houses.
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Single Family Residences are Blue and Condos | Townhomes are Orange.