It isn’t often that 2 bedroom condos come on the market in the 610-660 buildings of The Village. Each building in the Village has only 6 two bedrooms (compared with 36 one bedrooms in each building) in total as the two bedrooms are always the 2 condos closest to the water. Not only is the layout rare but given that they’re the furthest west units on each floor….the views are often dramatically better.
Located along some of Southern California’s finest beaches, Redondo Beach has something to offer everyone. Bordered by the Palos Verdes Peninsula to the south, Hermosa Beach to the north, and Torrance to the east, Redondo Beach offers great schools, proximity to the beach, and an abundance of activities. Some highlights include ocean activities and dining at King Harbor, great shopping in the Riviera Village, the Redondo Beach pier, and nature walks at Wilderness Park. Some of the areas of Redondo include North Redondo with an abundance of housing options, South Redondo, the Hollywood Riviera , Brookside Village, the resort living of The Village and Seascape Oceanfront Condominiums, oceanfront condos on the Esplanade and North Redondo Beach with the TRW tract and the Golden Hills.
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From a real estate perspective, Redondo Beach is broken into two distinct areas….North Redondo which is generally everything north of 190th and South Redondo which is everything south of 190th. (see map at bottom of the page) North Redondo generally has a greater variety of housing options and prices are generally considerably less than South Redondo. Some of the neighborhoods or areas are the Golden Hills, TRW tract, and the Golden Triangle. Unlike North Redondo, South Redondo extends all of the way to the beach and many homes offer great ocean views. Much of the reason for South Redondo’s increased value is that it feels much closer to the beach and is a bit less densely populated.
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While Redondo Beach has something to offer everyone, some of the neighboring cities offer a flavor and feel all their own. Visit our South Bay communities page to be taken to a area specific website or page geared specifically for that community. Learn more about each community and what it has to offer. See the homes for sale, recent home sales, community information and more.
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By Keith Kyle
Two of the cooler things in Redondo Beach is the very tight community and of course the ocean. What better way to combine the two than the annual boat parade in King Harbor. Come and see this unique tradition with boats decked out in lights, paddleboarders, outrigger canoes, Santa and more. The boat parade is happening on Saturday December 12 with the paddleboard parade at 4:30 and the boat parade beginning at 5:45. They’ll have bleacher seating in the King Harbor Marina – Moonstone Park and food trucks will be there starting at 3:30. How can you go wrong with boats, sunsets, food, and the holidays!
When most people imagine living in Redondo Beach and the South Bay they picture warms days at the beach and beautiful ocean views. One of the most affordable ways of making this a reality is found in the condos of the Esplanade, Redondo Beach’s famous oceanfront street. Local Redondo Beach realtor Keith Kyle takes you on a tour of some of the buildings and condos for sale along the Esplanade in South Redondo Beach
If the big waves in Redondo Beach beach are just a little too much for the little ones, there’s another way to spend a great day at the beach without actually going to the beach.
Seaside Lagoon in South Redondo beach may be just what you’re looking for to cool off this summer. Located in the King Harbor/Redondo Pier area Seaside Lagoon is part park, part pool, part beach play area with plenty of places to eat and play nearby. Water is pumped in from King Harbor, chlorinated, and eventually cleaned and pumped back out.
Seaside Lagoon is not only open daily but has some wonderful special events such as fireworks on the 4th, Lobsterfest and even winter ice skating in years past.