I’m going to let you in on a little secret – one my wife let me in on a long time ago – South Redondo Beach is the best-kept secret in Los Angeles. With palm tree-lined streets, beautiful beaches, amazing restaurants, stunning sunsets, plenty of free parking and lots of great homes, living in South Redondo Beach is like being on a vacation 365 days a year.
Today’s focus: condos in South Redondo Beach
As a local I’m a bit biased, but 67,000 residents also agree that South Redondo Beach is a great place to live. There are lots of options including single-family homes, townhomes and condos. Today I previewed a few condos for you and below in no particular order are 3 high-level run-downs on just a few. If you have any questions or would like to see one of these or any others for yourself, give us a call or click here.
2 bed / 2.5 bath @ 1,295,000
565 Esplanade #107 is more expensive, but definitely has one of the best views – hence the price tag. This unit is tucked away in a building gated by a pass-code protected lobby. At just under 1,600 sq ft, this is a cozy 2-bedroom getaway with stunning views of the ocean from the kitchen, living, and master bedroom. Also, reap the benefits of the previous owner who installs state-of-the-art kitchens for a living and made no exception for himself.
420 Esplanade #3 offers a refreshing change in condos with two levels, however all 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and other living spaces are conveniently located all on the first level. The laundry (not so convenient) and a pretty impressive storage area take up the 2nd level of this lofty property. As you walk into the bedrooms you are met with unusually high ceilings which add depth to the property – all a decent size. Enjoy the ocean views, community pool, and the 2-minute walk to the beach.
1301 South Catalina Ave. Unit M is a GREAT location. This property is a corner, rear unit in a 13-unit complex with a reverse floorplan. It’s only a block from the beach, however this unit unfortunately only has a view of the building in front of it – no ocean view. It’s a great starter property with nice upgrades and a small, intimate community of neighbors sharing an outdoor common area with lounges. Curl up by the fireplace in the living room and enjoy a 1-minute walk to the beach or a 5-minute walk to the Riviera Village, Trader Joes, and just about any coffee chain you choose.