Santa Monica is a beachside city of 8.3 square miles on the westside of Los Angeles County. Offering an environment of unparalleled natural beauty, the city is home to a mix of residential communities, commercial districts, and recreational venues. Recently named by National Geographic as one of the Top “10 Beach Cities in the World” and by TIME as one of the “Best Places to Live”, Santa Monica features three miles of Pacific beaches and the Santa Monica Pier.
The real estate market in Santa Monica varies by neighborhood. Ocean Ave has the most expensive real estate on average, as it provides unobstructed views of the ocean. Ocean Park and Wilshire Montana are the next sought after neighborhoods. This is because of the school districts and their proximity to the main shopping areas, restaurants and cafes along both Montana Ave and Main St.
Some of the highlights of the city of Santa Monica are the three weekly farmer’s markets, the 32 public parks and of course the 3 miles of state beach. There are so many things to do and see and you are centrally located. You can easily head up north to Malibu on the picturesque PCH, take an afternoon hike in the Santa Monica Mountains, jump on the Metro straight to downtown or drive 15 minutes to LAX and fly anywhere in the world. These are just a few reasons why we love it here, let us help you find the reasons to fall in love with it too.
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Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica, has everything you could possibly need and more to live a fulfilling, carefree, and brilliant existence. On one side of the avenue is an amazing white sandy beach and ocean horizon, while on the other is a variety of good shopping, fine dining, and…
The weather, proximity to the beach, and artsy/bohemian feel tend to attract a wide range of residents from students to families to young professionals. It hosts a plethora of amenities such as parks, Main Street coffee shops, bars, farmers market and restaurants…
North of Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica this community is quintessential California living; temperate, climate, ocean breezes, and sunny skies. Wilshire Montana condos provide world-class living found in other cities like San Francisco or New York City…
Sunset Park is composed primarily of single-family housing. Most of the homes are small one-story houses built in the 1940s for workers at the Douglas Aircraft Factory. Remodeled or rebuilt homes are upscale. Sunset Park is…
NORTH OF MONTANA
North of Montana
North of Montana is served by two highly regarded public elementary schools – Franklin School for the residents on 15th through the west side of 26th, and Roosevelt for the families…
The low-key neighborhood of the Pico District features vibrant murals and art work displayed across many of the local buildings. Parts of Pico Boulevard connect Santa Monica to Downtown…
For L.A. residents, Brentwood is synonymous with class, prestige and upscale living. Characterized by tree-lined streets, stately manors, chic boutiques, fine dining and various cultural centers, Brentwood is…
Founded in 1905 as a seaside resort, the artsy and eclectic beach town of Venice has earned the label of “a cultural hub known for its eccentricities.” Famous for its beautiful beaches and the carnival-like atmosphere of its Ocean Front Walk…
With the 405 running through the neighborhood, the eastern and western sides offer condos. There is access to education, as the community boasts ten public schools and 15 private schools. The neighborhood…