The housing stock for the South Redondo neighborhood located west of PCH is eclectic, to say the least. Below are all the residential properties - single family homes, townhomes and condos - currently available, with newest listings first. You can read more about this section of South Redondo, including useful school info, by scrolling down.
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With boundaries that include Pacific Coast Highway to the east, Anita St (190th) to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and an irregular southern edge between the Redondo Beach part of the Hollywood Riviera to the Torrance portion of the same section, this is the ultimate Redondo Beach location.
Being west of PCH puts you just a short stroll from the beach. The southern section also enjoys a walkable proximity to Riviera Village, a commercial shopping and dining area of over 300 establishments, including quaint little shops, terrific restaurants, and other boutique eateries.
The southern section of this neighborhood is also where you find the 'alphabet avenues" (named Avenue A, Avenue B, etc - all the way to H), which are mostly single family homes that tend to command a premium price for this premium location.
At the northern end of this coastline community is the Redondo Beach Pier (pictured here) and King Harbor which, together, occupy over 150 acres of land and water area and offer a myriad of activities including boating, swimming, fishing, shopping, biking and in-line skating.
Along Catalina Avenue and the beautiful Esplanade, both of which skirt the coastline, you will find the only high-rise style buildings in the Beach Cities. With one or two recent exceptions, these buildings were mostly developed back in the 1970s and early ‘80s. They are made up of mostly one and two bedroom condominiums, and are affordable by beach standards. Many of them have spectacular views of the ocean and coastline, and are within walking distance to either the Pier area to the north or the Village to the south.
The schools here are all within the Redondo Beach Unified School District and include the award winning Alta Vista and Tulita Elementary Schools, Parras Middle School and Redondo Union High School.
Excellence in education is paramount in the Redondo Beach schools, as evidence by their scores on the Academic Performance Index (API). The 3-year average of API scores for the schools in this neighborhood is based on their 2011-2013 scores and are set forth in the chart below, along with links to the school web sites.
The API is an annual measure of a school's test score performance calculated by the California Department of Education and is a single number on a scale of 200 to 1,000 that indicates how well students in a school performed on the previous spring’s tests.*
|School||API Score||Web Site|
|Alta Vista Elementary||931||altavista.rbusd.org|
|Parras Middle School||909||parrasmiddle.org|
|Redondo Union High School||851||redondounion.org|
*Note: State-mandated changes to the Academic Performance Index (API) means there will be no new API scores for 2014 - 2016.
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