Gardena Homes & Real Estate

Find the newest homes for sale and the best real estate listings in Gardena for viewing. Gardena, California is a community situated in the South Bay area, near Los Angeles. Its nickname is the "Freeway City." Gardena neighborhoods trace thier origins to the Tonga Indians, thought to be descendants of people who crossed to Northern America from Asia about 10,000 years ago. The area was part of a 43,000-acre Spanish land grant in the 1700s and currently occupies 5.9 square miles. Residents living in Gardena numbered 60,395 in 2014, an increase of 4.6 percent since 2000. For additional information on properties available in Gardena, California or to schedule a private showing, contact your local real estate experts today. Read more about Gardena real estate.

Homes For Sale in Gardena, CA

Gardena Real Estate Statistics June 24, 2019
64
Listed
60
Avg. DOM
$425.66
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$577,000
Med. List Price
64 Properties
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Gardena Real Estate Market

The average price per square foot of living space in the Gardena real estate market jumped from $363 to $407 in the preceding year, an increase of about 11 percent. Property prices start in the low $300s for townhomes and in the low $500s for detached single-family homes. Buyers planning to purchase a home that is new construction can choose structures with up to five bedrooms in several communities offered by builders such as Watt Communities and MK Builders. Ranch, contemporary, and Spanish styles are popular in both townhome properties as well as detached houses, which also include bungalows.

Gardena Community Amenities

One thing that neighbors and tourists notice about Gardena is its strawberries. Each May, the community celebrates Strawberry Day Festival. Five local companies each boast more than 400 employees: Memorial Hospital, Hustler Casino, United Parcel Service, Hitco Carbon Composites, and Normandie Casino. Since the city is near Los Angeles, homeowners can take I-110 about 14 miles north to enjoy additional employment opportunities, a night on the town, a UCLA Bruins football game, or a host of other LA amenities. Gardena operates a municipal bus service for those living in town. The nearest Amtrak station is in San Pedro, 11 miles from Gardena neighborhoods. There is always plenty to see and to do. Depending on personal preference, homeowners might enjoy activities at the Hustler Casino, taking in the J. Paul Getty Museum, or enjoying the opulence of nearby Hollywood. Local officials promote Gardena businesses that keep the area’s history and culture alive. Unique food concerns include Sushi Boy Inc., Tokyo Central, and Lomeli’s Italian Restaurant. Residents can pick up the latest fashions as well as classic pieces at Gen X Clothing and Xtreme Superheroes or make a quick trip to the Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance, just four miles from home.

Gardena Neighborhood Highlights

  • Close proximity to I-110 and all the community amenities of Los Angeles
  • A mild California coastal climate that encourages spending time outdoors
  • Gorgeous property & scenery, including acres of delectable wild strawberries
  • Residents enjoy living in a city with its own office of economic development, police department, health department, and public library
  • Opportunities to try a wager at local casinos

Gardena School Information

School-aged residents living in Gardena attend public schools operated by the Los Angeles Unified School District. Ten elementary and middle schools serve the city near neighborhood homes. Students of high-school age can attend Gardena Senior High, New Millennium Secondary School, C. Morley Sellery Special Education Center, or Moneta Continuation School. At least six private elementary/middle schools service the city in addition to Junipero Serra High School.

Post-secondary education is available within the community at Everest College-Gardena, Trinity Vocational Center, and the American Auto Institute.  Seven colleges and universities with more than 2,000 students are within eight miles of Gardena neighborhoods: El Camino Community College in Torrance, California State University-Dominguez Hills, United Education Institute-Huntington Park Campus, El Camino College-Compton Center, Los Angeles Harbor College, ICDC College, and Los Angeles Southwest College.

Homebuyers touring the area will love the number of local attractions plus opportunities to further a career, enjoy a night out, or take in a Rams’ game in nearby Los Angeles. Thanks to the mild coastal climate, those living here can take advantage of outdoor fun year-round. Individuals who buy a home will be able to enjoy a rising real estate market that offers a variety of listing prices, types, styles, and sizes.

Gardena Real Estate Agents

If you're buying or selling a home in Gardena, let our team of Los Angeles area real estate specialists guide you through buying or selling your Gardena property today. As local real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of Gardena market dynamics. Let us help you today!

To learn more about agent representation while buying or selling your Gardena home, contact The DOMO Group. Check out our comparative market analysis page to receive a free home value analysis in Gardena.

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