Hermosa Beach real estate is one of the most sought after locations in California’s gorgeous South Bay region. Even though it is one of the smallest of South Bay's Beach cities, it is one of the most desirable. Situated on the Pacific Ocean, Hermosa Beach offers a tight-knit community feeling and access to countless activities, events, and attractions.
Whether it's Fiesta Hermosa, the largest arts and crafts fair featuring over 300 painters, photographers, sculpters and handcrafters, or the weekly Farmer's Market, packed with delicious fresh fruits and vegetables year round, you will be joining a vibrant community.
The neighborhood boasts two highly reputable schools - Hermosa View and Hermosa Valley, and the Hermosa Beach Pier for the best in shopping, dining, and entertainment.
The first pier in Hermosa Beach was built in 1904, and the Sante Fe Railway used to bring visitors from Los Angeles to the beach and the famous Hotel Redondo. The historic rail line now is covered with wood chips and lined with canopies of trees, serving as a beloved pedestrian pathway. Today, the community centers around the beach volleyball and surf culture, hosting numerous events such as the AVP Hermosa Beach , USA Volleyball HP National Championships and the International Surf Festival. With its sunny skies and perfect climate, Hermosa Beach is also known for other outdoor pursuits, including paddleboarding, cycling, and running. Hermosa Valley – One of the most sought-after real estate sections in the South Bay region, Hermosa Valley homes enjoy both proximity to the beach and larger, more private lots with more space between neighbors. Nestled between Pacific Coast Highway and Ardmore Avenue, Hermosa Valley homeowners have easy access to the beach, and the nearby parks and natural beauty of the greenbelt areas. East Hermosa – The East Hermosa Beach is on the eastern side of the Pacific Coast Highway, advancing up a hill to the neighborhood’s peak along Prospect Avenue. A large number of properties in East Hermosa have a spectacular ocean view from their vantage point in a main living area or rooftop deck.