Redondo Beach, California, is one of the three popular Beach Cities in the Los Angeles combined statistical area, which is the world’s third largest metropolitan area after Greater Tokyo and New York.
Situated in the South Bay region, this is a prized real estate area in which to own a home. The median sales price for homes for sale from September 15 to December 15, 2015, was $869,500 based on 198 home sales, an increase of 10.1 percent, or $79,500, compared to the same period a year ago. The average listing price was $1,137,685 for the week ending December 2, 2015.
Although most exclusive beachfront luxury property and homes for sale with amazing architecture and amenities are located in neighborhoods only steps away from the beach and with gorgeous ocean views, luxury homes can also be found throughout the city, which is unique.
The city is within 15 minutes of the airport, which is important to business commuters.
There is a laid-back welcoming neighborly atmosphere.
For those with families, it is important to know that the Redondo Beach Unified School District has eight elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, one continuation school, and one adult school.
Stretching out onto the Pacific Ocean, this unusually shaped pier has had many alterations and rebuilding, and its modern reinforced concrete version was completed in 1995 has brought back the appeal to visitors as well as businesses.
This soft white sand well-maintained beach with the Pacific waves rolling in stretches from the Pier to Riviera. It is popular with swimmers, surfers, paddle boarders, beachgoers, and those who enjoy water sports and whale and dolphin watching. Additionally, there is a wonderful bike path along the beach and an upper street-level walkway for those who prefer to walk with or without babies or dogs, jog, take pictures, or watch the gorgeous sunsets.
There is no admission charge, but you are welcome to leave a small donation to help with operating expenses. Although small, this is a quaint lab filled with educational aquarium displays while knowledgeable and informative guides give behind-the-scenes tours and facts about the various sea life. Your family will adore the up-close encounters where they can touch and pet sea creatures such as a horned shark, sea stars, an anemone, and sea slugs. Be sure to see the halibut tank with their cute eyes poking up out of the sand.