Manhattan Beach is a charming oceanfront community situated to the north of Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach in an area known as the South Bay. Manhattan Beach is one of the most affluent communities in the United States. PropertyShark ranks it as the 32nd most expensive zip code in the country, with the highest property values per square foot of anywhere in Los Angeles County. This ultra-desirable beachfront setting combines an idyllic laid-back SoCal beach town vibe with breathtaking real estate.
Homes within Manhattan Beach showcase a diverse architectural mix, with each of its stunning properties being truly one of a kind. Grand contemporary custom-built houses take inspiration from Spanish Colonial Revival, Plantation, and Cape Cod styles, or they incorporate unique building materials in strikingly original ways. No detail has been overlooked in the design of these magnificent homes. From open rooftop terraces to gorgeous resort-style pools, each Manhattan Beach home boasts exceptional flourishes.
Downtown Manhattan Beach is a major hub of upscale shopping and fine dining, with more than 50 restaurants and over 150 retailers located next to the beach. Enjoy specialty cocktails and farm-to-table cuisine in a setting overlooking the ocean at The Strand House
, or artisanal small plates paired with handcrafted cocktails and small-production wines at Michelin-starred chef David LeFevre’s Manhattan Beach Post
. For casual dining serving high-quality food and drinks, visit Simmzy’s
open-air pub. There’s also a farmers’ market
held each Tuesday with more than 50 vendors.
Manhattan Beach’s golden sands are home to many events held throughout the year, including the Manhattan Beach Open
AVP beach volleyball tournament and the six-day International Surf Festival
. The nonprofit Roundhouse Aquarium
at the end of Manhattan Beach’s 928-foot pier hosts summer camps and special educational programs year-round.