I am a broker and my office is in South Torrance. Call or email if you want more information.
For information about Palos Verdes , check out my web site at http://www.maureenmegowan.com .
People love living close to downtown Manhattan Beach so they can walk to the restaurants and shops. It's common to run into your friends and classmates. Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo also have great areas to walk to as well. Many cities in the south bay have farmers markets that the kids enjoy going to.
Each city has great community and are wonderful places to raise children. It mostly depends on what's important to you and the lifestyle you want. Manhattan Beach and Palos Verdes have the highest ranking schools followed by Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach then Torrance.
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Shorewood Realtors, Manhattan Beach
In order to accurately assist you with your needs it would be helpful to have a brief confidential
conversation to get an idea of your requirements. I myself moved into the South Bay with a small
child and completely understand your concerns regarding the school districts.
Please fell free to either call or e-mail me at the following details; firstname.lastname@example.org
or 310 341 3145.
Each local community has a lot to offer when it comes to schools, coffee shops, beaches and community. Depending upon price, I would begin with South redondo near the Riviera Village, next is Hermosa Beach- perhaps the Hermosa Valley area (great proximity to downtown and schools) and last and most expensive- Manhattan Beach- some of the top rated schools in the country. You can find some great values in East MB, still walk to coffee shops and be near great schools like Meadows. It all depends upon your price range and what area you prefer. Let me know if I can be of help.
All the Best,
NW Real Estate Brokers
1215 Highland Avenue
Manhattan Beach CA 90266