The Torrance homes for sale, which is found in a coastal community in southwestern Los Angeles County, are perfect for those seeking a true suburban experience. Along with countless restaurants and excellent retail, the city hosts major cultural events year-round. Self-christened by city leaders with the motto “A Balanced City”, when considering what goes into one of the trending neighborhoods in the Torrance real estate market, it is often about the vibe – is there steady market value? Does the neighborhood speak to your family’s specific aesthetic and lifestyle demands? The Torrance residential market continues to thrive, and the Torrance properties are piquing the interest of potential home owners from across the region bringing residential dreams to fruition in user-friendly floor plans on pedestrian-friendly streets.
Torrance is usually not known for being a “beach city” however the Torrance real estate market has some beautiful beaches, and Torrance Beach lies between the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Redondo Beach on the Santa Monica Bay - The southernmost stretch of Torrance Beach, on a cove at the northern end of the Palos Verdes peninsula, is known to locals as "Rat Beach". Famous for being the home of the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), the Torrance properties are found in a city that has the second highest percentage of Japanese in North America. Consistently ranking among the safest cities in Los Angeles County, the Torrance homes for sale are found in what is considered a lovely year-round Mediterranean climate.
Law enforcement is provided to the Torrance residential market by the Torrance Police Department, and fire services is provided to the Torrance community by the Torrance Fire Department which staffs 7 Engine Companies, 5 Paramedic Rescue Squads, and 2 Truck Companies. The City of Torrance operates a main library facility in the city Civic Center, plus five branches at locations throughout the city. The Torrance homes for sale are served by the Torrance Unified School District which operates 17 elementary schools, five high schools and eight middle schools. The High Schools include Torrance, North, South, West and Kurt Shery High Schools. The eight Middle Schools are Calle Mayor, Casimir, Bert Lunn, Hull, Jerfferson, Madrona, Magruder and Richardson. The Elementary Schools that serve the Torrance properties are Hickory, John Adams, Torrance, Howard Wood, Anza, Arlington, Arnold, Carr, Yukon, Walteria, Rivera, Towers, Fern, Edison, Lincoln, Seaside and Victor Elementary Schools.