Gas Lamp Section Homes & Real Estate

View today's hottest Gas Lamp Section homes for sale & real estate in Manhattan Beach below! Everyone likes to be reminded of what things were like in the "old days," and in Manhattan Beach's Gas Lamp Section, people get a little taste of what used to be. The name given to this community comes from the gas lamps that have been placed throughout, skewing away from the normal streetlights that shine through the window at night. With these gas lamps comes a certain feeling of calmness and romanticism, allowing all residents who live in the area to soak in the tranquility. Juxtaposed with the old-style lighting come more modern homes, allowing residents to enjoy modern comforts while still living in an area that is reminiscent of the past. To request up-to-date information about Gas Lamp Section properties for sale or to set up a home tour, contact your Manhattan Beach real estate experts today. Read more about Gas Lamp Section real estate.

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Gas Lamp Section Real Estate Market

The Gas Lamp district of Manhattan Beach is a sub-community within the Tree Section of the city. As you might expect, it gets its name from the old gas lamps placed along many of the streets in this area. These older lamps provide a dimmer light than most people are used to with electric street lights, but those living in the area typically appreciate the old-fashioned look and feel of these classic lamps.

There are only a few hundred homes within the Gas Lamp Section, and they are either newer-built homes with classic architecture, or older post-war homes from the 1940's. This combination of the new and the old gives this great part of the city a very distinct personality which residents really love. The homes are built on lots which average about 30x90 feet, giving homeowners enough room to enjoy, while still not being considered large compared to some neighboring communities.

Gas Lamp Section Neighborhood Amenities

Manhattan Beach Gas Lamp Section homes are a great choice for anyone looking to live near the beach, but not on it. While only a short walk across Highland Avenue to reach the beach, there are other options for outdoor recreation. Residents can take a walk to the popular, and somewhat famous Live Oak Park. The park rests on just less than nine acres of land, with beautiful greenery and a playground for younger children. The park is widely acclaimed, and it simply adds to the beauty of the neighborhood. Also a short walk away is Sand Dune Park, which acquired its name from the 100-foot-high Sand Dune. Popular for its panoramic views of the city, this park also boasts a childrens playground and is great for family picnics.

With its modern homes, amenities, proximity to the beach, Live Oak Park and Sand Dune Park, the Gas Lamp Section of Manhattan Beach could be the perfect neighborhood to live in. Location is everything, and even though the neighborhood itself is quiet, it is not far from where the fun is. With access to interstates and freeways close by, Los Angeles is only a short drive away. For such a quaint and quiet little neighborhood, the Gas Lamp Section of Manhattan Beach has a lot to offer to its residents.

Gas Lamp Section Real Estate Agents

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