One of the just three beach cities in Los Angeles County, the city of Redondo Beach, California is a wonderful place to live in the Greater Los Angeles area. Home to around 66,800 residents, Redondo Beach is located in the South Bay region and was originally part of the Rancho San Pedro Spanish Land Grant. Redondo Beach has a very unusual shape and is generally thought of as North Redondo and South Redondo.
South Redondo is the area along the pier, the beachfront and marina/harbor complex. South Redondo has a very laid back ambiance and boasts wide streets and wide beaches. There are several close-knit communities in South Redondo and it's a great place to buy a home if you like the idea of biking to the grocery store. North Redondo is primarily residential but does include industrial and commercial space. Home to nearly two-thirds of the children that call Redondo Beach home, North Redondo is a great choice for families.
Composed of 6.2 square miles, all of Redondo Beach is full of excellent shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation opportunities. On the oceanside of PCH, that is the Pacific Coast Highway, there are boating opportunities and several restaurants to serve residents and visitors. On the inland side of PCH in Redondo Beach you’ll find primarily residential neighborhoods. Redondo Beach, California, homes for sale include condos and townhomes, single family homes and a limited number of mobile and multi-family homes. Condos and townhomes in Redondo Beach usually don’t cost more than $4 million, and have an average listing price around $976,300. Single family homes in Redondo Beach top out around $13 million, and have an average listing price around $1.6 million. Mobile homes are few and far between but have an average listing price around $69,800, while multi-family homes, which are also in short supply, have an average listing price around $2.3 million.
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