Redondo Beach is one of the hottest Real Estate markets in coastal LA County right now and if you are considering buying a home in Redondo Beach you are most likely making a great decision. But there are choices to be made for sure.
First is whether you should be looking in North or South Redondo Beach. For many people South Redondo is just too far from freeways for the daily commute. Add about 10-15 minutes to most locations if you are going to the 405, 105, or 90 Freeway. On the other hand South Redondo Beach has many homes closer to the beach, charming Riviera Village, ocean views, and is poised for substantial price appreciation once the plans for the Redondo Beach Pier revitalization are finalized.
North Redondo Beach on the other hand offers about 85% of the same amenities as living in Hermosa Beach or Manhattan Beach at less than 50% of the cost. And a lot closer to the Freeways. Really.
Because 90277 and 90278 are so different in many aspects, I sometimes think of Redondo Beach as two cities with one name.
In both zips you will find a mix of Single Family Residences, townhomes, and flat condominiums. South Redondo has a few large condo communities, The Village and Brookside Village but in general the density in North Redondo may be greater.
When you are looking at townhomes remember that from the lender perspective these are condominiums and may carry a higher rate than SFRs. Some may be attached to the other units while others are detached and free standing.
Speaking of SFRs, we have traditional single level tract homes on 5000 SqFt lots, Tall & Skinny SFRs, and MacMansions. If you are looking in the Redondo Beach Golden Hills or at attached 3 on a lots, it is very common to find "Reverse Floorplans" meaning the living room and dining room are upstairs with a few bedrooms located downstairs.
So, without further ado, here's everything currently for sale in Redondo Beach. The map will update in real time whenever you visit this page. Good luck on your House Hunt. Call me with any questions.