Welcome to Redondo Beach
One of the three South Bay beach cities of Los Angeles, Redondo Beach is about six miles of residential and downtown space.
Luxury homes sit just a few blocks from the beach, and North Redondo Beach is a residential area, consisting of mostly modern-style homes. The town has a mix of residential, business, and retail communities.
What to Love
- Modern homes
- Residential communities
- Beachfront city
- Fun events
- Good public schools
Real Estate Insights
This neighborhood is in high-demand, so homes usually sell quickly. On average, homes sell for around 1.2 million dollars, with a median price of $594 per square foot.
People & Lifestyle
Similar to the other beach cities of southerly Los Angeles, Redondo beach is full of people who enjoy oceanside activities like surfing, volleyball, and fishing. With more than 67 thousand residents, there are plenty of niches within the community. The town mostly consists of families.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Riviera Village is the place to go for dining, entertainment, and shopping in the area.
There are activities for the whole family, with local spots like the Performing Arts Center, home to the Los Angeles Ballet. The Marina, Pier, and Harbor also host several restaurants and shops to choose from.
Things to Do
The Sea-Aire Golf Course is a great escape for many locals.
There are also a dozen public parks in the area, as well as a spot called AdventurePlex, a safe and fun playspace for the whole family. Redondo Beach also hosts fun annual events like the Kite Festival and Lobster Festival.
Redondo Beach Unified School District serves the Redondo Beach area. There are several high-ranked public and private schools in the area.