South Bay Neighborhoods

Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach real estate is some of the most sought after in the country. Manhattan Beach is known for their casual beach culture, temperate weather, and thriving community life. Spanning 3.9 square miles, it offers nationally top-ranked schools, and residents that are engaged with their city, participating in numerous cultural, community, and sporting events.

If you love surfing, beach volleyball, and living by the ocean, you’ll love Manhattan Beach. With high-quality public schools close to Los Angeles and the booming tech industry in Silicon Beach, it’s easy to see why tech moguls, professional athletes, and celebrities drive the demand and real estate values for Manhattan Beach homes

Hermosa Beach

Hermosa Beach real estate is one of the most sought after locations in California’s gorgeous South Bay region. Even though it is one of the smallest of South Bay’s Beach cities, it is one of the most desirable. Situated on the Pacific Ocean, Hermosa Beach offers a tight-knit community feeling and access to countless activities, events, and attractions.

Whether it’s Fiesta Hermosa, the largest arts and crafts fair featuring over 300 painters, photographers, sculpters and handcrafters, or the weekly Farmer’s Market, packed with delicious fresh fruits and vegetables year round, you will be joining a vibrant community.

The neighborhood boasts two highly reputable schools – Hermosa View and Hermosa Valley, and the Hermosa Beach Pier for the best in shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Redondo Beach

Redondo Beach is the largest of the South Bay’s famous beach cities, and boasts some of the most desired real estate in the country. Famous for its perfect beaches and horseshoe-shaped pier, Redondo Beach has something for everyone. From fine dining and shopping facilities to outdoor activities and ocean views, Redondo Beach offers a vibrant, world-class beach community to all its residents.

With a top-ranked school district and recreation for every age, Redondo Beach is an ideal place to live for families. Whether you live in a luxury home or a more modest condo, homeowners are warm and friendly, giving the city a small-town feeling combined with all the perks of living in a cosmopolitan setting. Quick and easy access to all important destinations is one of the perks of its central location – residents can reach all corners of Los Angeles, including LAX, and Orange County with ease.


As a prospective homeowner considering Westchester, you’ll be moving to a vibrant neighborhood, home to LAX, Loyola Marymount University, and Otis College of Art and Design. Bordered by Playa Vista, Culver City, Inglewood, Lennox, Hawthorne, Del Aire, El Segundo, and Playa del Rey, Westchester is a coveted enclave within Los Angeles County. It offers a unique blend of urban and suburban living, with most residents opting to rent their homes.

The area boasts an array of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. It’s popular among young professionals and tends to have a liberal-leaning population. Westchester is evolving rapidly due to LAX’s expansion and the emergence of “Silicon Beach,” attracting tech giants like Google and Facebook. While change is afoot, a significant part of Westchester retains its timeless airport-town charm. This small town within a sprawling city fosters a strong sense of community, making it an appealing place to call home.