South Bay Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your top real estate source for the newest home listings in South Bay. Comprised of several smaller cities and neighborhoods that include Torrance, Inglewood, Manhattan Beach, Rolling Hills, Harbor City, San Pedro, Lawndale and Gardena, the South Bay community is a stunning region near Los Angeles. As a part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, South Bay runs along the southern tip of the Santa Monica Bay. Each community in this area offers California homebuyers something special. The convenience of South Bay is a huge attraction for new residents living in the area. San Pedro is the farthest city in South Bay from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), but it is only 20 miles away, via I-110 and I-405. Inglewood is one of the closer cities to LAX, at only 3.5 miles away, running along Century and Airport Blvds. For current information about South Bay, California homes for sale or to schedule a private showing, call your Los Angeles area real estate experts today. Read more about South Bay real estate.

Homes For Sale in South Bay, CA

South Bay Real Estate Statistics December 10, 2019
1385
Listed
74
Avg. DOM
$805.70
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,179,000
Med. List Price
1385 Properties
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South Bay Real Estate Market

Whether looking to purchase a ranch style home, beach bungalow, Spanish villa, classic Victorian, Cape Cod cottage or a contemporary classic, there is a home style to suit every buyer's real estate tastes in the South Bay housing market. Home prices vary for each city in the area, so it is a matter of lining up style options, geographic convenience and budgets for most home seekers in a community rich with options for anyone interested in settling down in South Bay.

The beach markets, like Manhattan Beach, feature home listing prices that start at around $1.2 million for 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom at roughly 900 square feet, going up to $24 million estates with 8 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, covering 7,000 square feet of living space. Homes in the Palos Verdes portion of the South Bay housing market feature a similar range of property prices. Inland cities like Inglewood offer a slightly different price range that starts at around the $250,000 mark, featuring 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom in 600 square feet of space. The prices in this area go up to $500,000 for 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms over a 1,500 square foot area.

Homes in the southernmost cities like San Pedro, Wilmington and Harbor City fall somewhere in the middle with homes on the market being in the $400,000-$500,000 spectrum. These homes generally have 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, covering 600-1,300 square feet of space.

South Bay Community Amenities

In an area so close to Los Angeles, daily essentials are easy to manage. To start, grocery shopping options abound with stores like Whole Foods, Ashley's Deli & Market, Trader Joe's, Ralphs, Vons, Bristol Farms and Food 4 Less all within the community. With multiple Target and Walmart locations in South Bay, home basics is just a quick walk or drive away. Multiple malls, such as North Torrance Shopping Center and South Bay Galleria, dot the region to allow for personal pleasure and gift shopping.

Sometimes the best way to settle into a new home is learning where to find the best restaurants. In South Bay, it is more a matter of planning out a long-term calendar to experience it all. The beach cities feature the Bluewater Grill Seafood Restaurant and the Good Stuff Restaurant. Heading inland are Rubio's for Mexican fare and fish tacos, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant and Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar for casual dining and drinks.

Local entertainment options within the community are close by and varied, including several movie theaters that stretch along the Santa Monica shoreline and inland. Just a few cinemas include the ArcLight Cinemas in Beach Cities, South Bay Underground Theatre and AMC Rolling Hills 20. Art lovers can visit the Torrance Art Museum, California Museum of Fine Art, and the Hermosa Beach Historical Society, among many others in the immediate area and into Los Angeles.

Recreation, fitness and fun opportunities flow all throughout South Bay. Outdoor parks include La Cienega, Darby, Stoner and Glen Alla. The South Park Recreation Center features amenities that include a swimming pool, tennis courts and much more. The area also features several neighborhood fitness centers that include cardio and weight equipment. Purely for fun, the Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Gardena is a must-visit for people of all ages who want to spend some time bouncing around, playing dodgeball and more.

The varied industries in South Bay is part of what fueled the variety of neighborhoods. A few of those industries include the Port of Los Angeles, aerospace, automotive and oil refining. Also, being near Los Angeles and Hollywood, it is another area attractive to people in the film, music, art and television industries.

South Bay Neighborhood Highlights

  • Industries like the Port of Los Angeles, aerospace, oil refining and automotive provide a steady stream of prospective residents.
  • Grocery shopping is easy with several nearby markets, featuring large chain stores, as well as more specialized shops.
  • South Bay features all types of outdoor recreational activities at parks like Los Arboles Rocketship and Miramar Parks.
  • Dining out is a culinary adventure in South Bay with offerings like Mexican fare from Rubio's, seafood at Bluewater Grill Seafood Restaurant, and casual dining and drinks at Lazy Dog. Restaurant.
  • South Bay is home to local music venues like Saint Rocke in Redondo Beach and Old Town Music Hall in the El Segundo area.

South Bay School Information

The Los Angeles County School District provides service to residents living in South Bay with school-aged children from K-12. Within the larger district, some of the cities, like Redondo Beach and El Segundo, have their own unified districts. Just a few of the many, high-quality schools across the South Bay area include Hermosa View Elementary, Beryl Heights Elementary, Adams Middle, Jane Addams Middle and Mira Costa High.

Homebuyers who want to live in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere, while still near Los Angeles, may find that South Bay fills all the check boxes for their ideal new home and neighborhood community.

South Bay Real Estate Agents

Interested in the purchase of a South Bay home? Let our Los Angeles area real estate professionals help you through the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current South Bay residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the market dynamics unique to the South Bay real estate market. We'll get to work for you today!

Contact The DOMO Group to learn more about buyer or seller representation. Planning to sell your South Bay house? Contact us to learn more about the possible resale value of your South Bay property!

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