Shorewood Living | Manhattan Beach Homes for Sale — 7.2.15
This week’s episode features four of our recent listings and best buys in Manhattan Beach. An endless summer home, 3419 Bayview Drive is a beautiful, panoramic, white water ocean view home. This 4-bedroom or 3-bedroom plus office, 3-and-a-half bath home is a gem with 3,400 square feet. An upper level features the kitchen, office or third bedroom, a dining area and a large living room. The second level features the Master and master bath, plus an entry to the garage. The lower level features two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. This walk-street location is serene, and views from the living room and deck are amazing. Located in the desirable Sand Section, 3015 Alma Avenue is a contemporary home that features 2,605 square feet of living space. With three bedrooms and four baths, this lovely home has great details and design. The first floor has a large sitting room, half bath, direct garage access and laundry space. Upstairs is a spacious master retreat with a large walk-in closet, fireplace, yard access and en-suite bath. The top level has beautiful palm-wood floors, a half bath, dining space, living room with fireplace, a gourmet kitchen and a large deck with panoramic ocean views. A fantastic family home, 308 North Herrin Avenue is located in the quaint neighborhood of East Manhattan Beach. With over 1,700 square feet, this four bedroom and two baths home has great curb appeal, lots of space and a fantastic pool. Bright and open with plenty of room to entertain family and friends, there is a large kitchen, a dining space and hardwood floors. Situated at the top of a hill of a popular walk-street in the sand section, 333 17th Street is a prime central location near downtown Manhattan Beach. A home plus income opportunity, the main house is two levels with three bedrooms plus three baths in 2,135 square feet. The separate income unit is one bedroom and one bath in approximately 576 square feet. Enjoy wonderful ocean views from this south facing property with plenty of natural light and ocean breezes. This week’s market report shows closed sales in South Bay. There were a total of 211 single-family homes that sold in June. Manhattan Beach had 21. Hermosa Beach had 11. 33 were in Redondo Beach, and 65 were in Torrance. El Segundo and Westchester had 11. And the Palos Verdes Peninsula had 70.