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Quality of Life in Manhattan Beach : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 20, 2017
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Sun Jan 29, 2012
Stan Botello & Gary Senser answered:
Manhattan Beach is comprised of 4 primary sections, each with unique and appealing neighborhood amenities. The Tree Section has very strong family appeal, with quiet streets and a park-like setting. It's composed mostly of single family homes, with full lots starting at 40 ft X 112 ft. The tree section is located just east of the Sand Section, which has higher density living (with more apartments and townhomes). Every Manhattan Beach neighborhood has access to outstanding schools - some of the best nationwide. ... more
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Sun Feb 28, 2010
Elaine Mallon answered:
Hi Vincent,

The answers here about boundries, pricing, etc. relative to Manhattan Beach are pretty well detailed below. The next step would be to get pre-qualified for a home loan so you can see exactly how far your purchasing dollar will go.

From there, get yourself a solid Buyer's Agent who can help you locate the best buys and the right home for you. If I can be of assistance, please call me anytime in my Manhattan Beach office at (310) 802-5736.
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Sat Jan 10, 2009
Bo Medley answered:
bottom line is so cal beach swimming is good from May-Sept. with some very nice days in the other months that you can choose at your own discretion, but you probably won't be swimming in the ocean. the navy seals train at Coronado bay near San Diego and they freeze there a$$ off and many of them suffer from hypothermia from being in the water too long during the winter months and even fall. granted they're in the ocean a lot longer than you will be, but the point is 55 degree water is not tourist or leisure-time swimming water. it's for navy seals and surfers with wet suits. stick to the summer. ... more
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Wed May 16, 2007
Kaye Thomas answered:
While you can't beat the beach for having fun.. Manhattan Beach has two large Parks. Live Oak is the place for softball and tennis. There is also a place for little kids to play and a dog run for pups to meet new friends. Polliwog park has a lovely lake and a playground with lots of things to do for the under 5 crowd. Polliwog also has one of the original homes built in Manhattan Beach when the entire city was mostly giant sand dunes..... and speaking of sand dunes.. Sand Dune Park off Bell Ave has one of the last remaining sand dunes in the city. If you are looking for a great workout try climbing the dune a few times. ... more
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