Manhattan Beach – Manhattan Village
The only gated community in Manhattan Beach, called The Village, is highly desired by those looking for an added layer of security in their neighborhood. A 24 hour monitored entry gate guards this completely fenced-in community. Here, homes are regulated by an HOA where residents adhere to standards for their homes, town-homes, and estates which guarantee a beautifully maintained neighborhood.
The Village occupants enjoy some of the greatest benefits in Manhattan Beach. Bikes paths and walking paths meander throughout the properties allowing for exercise just outside one’s door. Wide well-maintained streets provide plenty of guest parking, and add to the safety families enjoy when children play in the yard or ride bikes between the private parks sprinkled throughout the community. Also, many homes here enjoy… Read More the luxury of sizable yards and sparkling pools.
Bordered by Manhattan Village Mall, Marine Street, Aviation and Rosecrans Boulevard, this section has direct access to the mall, restaurants and specialty shops like famed Susie Cakes. Many Village residents enjoy membership at the nearby Manhattan Beach Country Club, known for the tennis club and Olympic size pool. The Village is just across the street from The Point, an outdoor shopping center that is filled with restaurants and boutique shops.
Lucky owners in the Village delight in the golf course views, mountain and city views. While the golf course is owned by the Marriott Hotel, the nine-hole course is open to the public. Nearby is the high-end grocer Bristol Farms, and Marine Park that is filled with kids play areas, baseball, and basketball facilities as well as the newly added skate park
The elementary school children here attend is Meadows Elementary, a California Distinguished School. Notable is the easy access to the Manhattan Beach Middle School that is just across Marine.
For those traveling to work and desiring a location that has excellent access to all the local freeways, then the Village would be the best choice. Just a few short minutes’ drive to the 405, 105, or the Redondo Beach train station for those traveling by Metro to work. This area of Manhattan Beach is also less than 10 minutes to the LAX airport. Read Less
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