There is a good reason for Redondo Beach’s slogan, ‘More to Sea’ as there truly is something for everyone here. While being the South Bay’s largest beach community coming in at only 6.2 square miles, this quintessential beach town is diverse, yet still the laid-back surf town one desires.
South Redondo stretches along the beach and includes the pier and marina. North Redondo, congruent to South Redondo on the inland side lies north… Read More of 190th Street, and borders both Hermosa and Manhattan Beach.
South Redondo includes sections known as North of Torrance Boulevard, South of Torrance Boulevard, and West of Pacific Coast Highway (commonly referred to as simply PCH). South Redondo’s sand section with beautiful seaside homes capture priceless sunset views, and the South of Torrance homes and West of PCH Avenues have extra wide streets and friendly neighbors. Similar to North Redondo, the South section is primarily residential, but laced with hotels, restaurants, pier and harbor businesses and other commercial facilities throughout.
Each section offers its own attributes to the community. Common throughout the sunny city is a great sense of art and culture, surf lifestyle and is family oriented. The popular Riviera Village, in South Redondo, is an outdoor shopping area near the beach, which is filled with restaurants, pubs, boutiques and art galleries. Meanwhile, North Redondo is where the Performing Arts Center is a great hub for entertainment. The center hosts performers and events all year long from Monty Python’s Spamalot to the Journey of Faith’s Christmas extravaganza.
All areas also enjoy opportunities for the active Southern California lifestyle just outside one’s door. Sprinkled throughout both communities are thirty-one parks and parkettes, two libraries, and 17 schools. In addition, the strand walking/biking path begins here in South Redondo at well-known Burnout beach at the end of Redondo Beach, and meanders through the beach cities all the way to Santa Monica. Along the way surfers and paddle boarders brave the waves, while sun-seekers mill about on the beautiful soft sand.
The historical Redondo Beach Pier is massive at 70,000 square feet. It is home to an open-air fish market that one won’t find anywhere else in the South Bay. Patrons can roll in and purchase fish for dinner, then order some lunch and a schooner of beer to enjoy in the harbor before hopping back on a bike to head home. Classic favorites can be found here like Hot Dog on a Stick for something quick, or luxuriate over a crisp Chardonnay and seafood with the best view around at the Pier’s mainstay-Tony’s on the Pier.
Redondo Beach has much to offer the prospective buyer or investor. There is definitely ‘more to sea’ in Redondo Beach. Read Less