Welcome to El Segundo
Translating to “The Second” in English, El Segundo was once part of a Mexican land grant that extended all the way from Playa Del Rey to Redondo Beach. Now, the area is home to just over 16 thousand people, plenty of businesses, and residential suburbs.
What to Love
- Tight-knit residential community
- Luxury estates
- Easy commuting access
- Endearing small town
- Good school district
Real Estate Insights
The average cost for homes in El Segundo is 1.2 million dollars, with the average price per square foot being $645.
People & Lifestyle
The residential area of El Segundo’s charming Main Street belies the industry that drives it. The several big-time companies stationed in the area employ many of the people who call El Segundo home.
Stepping into El Segundo can be like stepping back to the 1960s. The frozen-in-time feel creates a quaint, small-town effect that locals and visitors alike flock to. Plazza El Segundo and The Point are shopping centers full of well-known shops and restaurants. Main Street is also the epicenter of the town and has plenty of food spots to choose from. Some classic town attractions include the Old Town Music Hall and the Automobile Driving Museum.
Things to Do
Along with the beach, there are three public pools in El Segundo.
Locals also take full advantage of The Lakes Golf Course, the local library, and the El Segundo Museum of Art. Of course, as a beach town, there are plenty of outdoor activities to help you enjoy California’s sunny weather and mild temperatures.
El Segundo Unified School District includes eight public schools in the area.
- Eagles’ Nest Preschool, PK
- Center Street Elementary, K-5
- Richmond Street School, K-5
- El Segundo Middle School, 6-8
- El Segundo High School, 9-12
- St Anthony School, K-8
- Vistamar School, 9-12
- Waterhouse Guild, K-12