The Redondo Beach residential market is close to the Science Education Adventure Laboratory which has grown into a marine science center that provides environmental educational programs to young students who live in the Redondo Beach community. Redondo Beach's King Harbor is one of the most popular places along the Southern California Coast. Besides spectacular sunsets, the Pier and King Harbor area offer a variety of things to do for everyone and every taste. Here you can stop and pick out your own live crab or lobster, have it cooked and enjoy it at nearby picnic tables. In the King Harbor you can experience sport fishing, deep-sea charters or try newly popular saltwater fly-fishing, scuba diving. The Redondo Beach Pier is a California landmark. Since the early 1930's the Redondo Beach Pier, formerly called the Monstad Pier after its developer Captain Hans C. Monstad, has been a local and tourist destination. Today the pier offers spectacular sunsets, shops, and an amusement center.
The Redondo Beach homes for sale are found in close proximity to the Riviera Village which has the charm and ambience of a Mediterranean beach resort, clusters of shops, cafes, art galleries and coffee bars abound. Local amenities include: Excellent entertainment and recreational facilities throughout King Harbor and the Pier. Close by is the attractive regional mall, the Galleria at the South Bay. The City of Redondo Beach has renovated the whole Artesia Blvd Corridor making it a unique opportunity to visit. Along Pacific Coast Highway just south of King Harbor is Antique Row. You will find many unique shops featuring antiques, stained glass, shabby chic and more. The Seaside Lagoon is seasonally open to the general public between Memorial Day and Labor Day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m., seven days a week. It has a saltwater swimming pool, sand beach, volleyball courts, children's' play equipment, picnic areas and more. The Redondo Beach real estate market benefits from having its own local Redondo Farmer’s Market which is located just a short walk from the Redondo Beach Marina at Veterans Park south of the pier where you will find a wide assortment of fresh fruits, honey, vegetables, cut flowers and more. This quaint farmer's market is enjoyed by many Redondo locals.
The Redondo Beach State Beach is a clean and a fun place to enjoy time in the water and sun and there are lots of volleyball nets for playing volleyball in the sand. The Torrance State Beach is a gem in the sand, and it is hidden between Redondo Beach and Palos Verdes Estates, and not too many realize its existence. The Redondo Beach homes for sale are close to the Seaside Lagoon which is a great water park with a beach feel, where people feel that is a safe place to take their children to play, and Ruby’s diner is right there to go eat at afterwards. The Redondo Beach real estate market is just a short commute from the Hopkins Wilderness Park where people say there is a piece of Vermont in a city setting and you will find a man made pool with turtles and fish in it, along with nice hiking trails: even a WWII historical surprise. One of the fun things to do is take a looking glass boat tour or even go sailing in the south-bay. In Redondo Beach you can even sign-up for a whale watching excursion. BanCorp REG® has always stood for easier and faster™ Redondo Beach real estate – view Redondo Beach homes for sale where our local Redondo Beach Realtors offer a rare insider’s perspective into the market.