May 26th, 2017
Hermosa Beach Sand Section Real Estate
The Hermosa Beach Sand Section is bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west (Beach Dr. or Hermosa Ave), Valley Dr. to the east, a jagged northern border that starts at Longfellow and ends at 35th St and bounded by Rancho Sausal Redondo and Rancho Sausal San Pedro to the south (near Herondo St.) The Hermosa Beach Sand Section housing stock consists primarily of townhomes with some beach cottages still in existance. Lot sizes vary from 2500sqft to up to 10,000sqft. Walk streets near the Manhattan Beach border are more highly prized. There are differentials in value based on whether ocean views are from the back or from the front of a property.
Schools are Hermosa View (K-2) Hermosa Valley (2-8) and either Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach or Redondo Union High School (residents get to choose which one.) Here’s a link to the Hermosa Beach School District
The Hermosa Beach Sand Section encompasses downtown Hermosa and lower Pier Avenue with many new office condos providing business owners the opportunity to own their space, not just lease it. The Sand Section also includes the Hermosa Strand and borders the greenbelt between Valley and Ardmore streets. One of the great things about the Sand Section is the variety of properties available in this area. The area has a nice selection of residential homes, condos and townhomes that are within steps to the beach. The Sand Section can be highly populated during the summer months so take this into consideration when buying a property in this area. Below are all the Sand Section homes for sale and for lease in Hermosa Beach. Please contact us with any questions and to schedule a showing for you today.
While looking at the "static" number for "this" month (this site will update every month automatically) is important, what is MORE important is studying the trends. Are supporting trend lines (along bottoms) or resisting trend lines (drawn along tops) holding? If the chart below is missing, contact me and click the link instead