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Top 10 Priciest Sales in the South Bay – September

The top closed sales for luxury single family homes in the South Bay for the month of September include a plethora of architectural styles. From a Michael Lee designed modern walk-street home, to a beautiful contemporary glass house designed by famed architect Pat Killen. Over 150 homes were sold in the with an average closed price of $1,844,052 and average of 40 days on the market.

Here, you will find the top closed sales in the South Bay for the month of September.


10.) 3516 Manhattan Av, Manhattan Beach – $4,499,000/$4,000,000

5 br | 2 ba | 2,340 Sqft

‘”The Riviera” classic 1929 Spanish home plus guest quarters with rare front and back yards.”


9.) 2817 Bayview Dr, Manhattan Beach – $4,750,000/$4,500,000

5 br | 6 ba | 3,384 Sqft

“The uninhibited biew from this private and imposing Sand Section location gives a panorama of Santa Monica Bay’s legendary surf breaks from Indicator’s at Palos Verdes, to Big Dume in Malibu, as well as white water, sand, and Catalina views.”


8.) 121 35th St, Manhattan Beach – $4,889,000/$4,700,000

4 br | 4 ba | 3,536 Sqft

“The lowest price lot on 100 block of the Sand Section. Breathtaking ocean and panoramic views in Manhattan Beach’s finest neighborhood!”


7.) 1020 Pacific Av, Manhattan Beach – $4,995,000/$4,725,000

4 br | 3 ba | 2,114 Sqft

“With over 12,000 square feet on a 75 x 160 lot, this is one of the largest plots of land you’ll find West of Sepulveda in the beautiful Hill Section of Manhattan Beach.”


6.) 324 17th St, Manhattan Beach – $4,950,000

4 br | 5 ba | 3,634 Sqft

“Michael Lee designed modern walk street home ideally located within an easy two block walk of the beach, shops, and restaurants in Downtown Manhattan Beach.”


5.) 123 28th St, Hermosa Beach – $5,199,999/$5,100,000

5 br | 6 ba | 3,861 Sqft

“This gorgeous ocean view beach home perfectly blends the elements of coastal living with modern elegance.”


4.) 2545 Myrtle Av, Hermosa Beach – $5,299,000/$5,275,000

5 br |6 ba | 4,188 Sqft

“2545 Myrtle is a seamless blend of classic and traditional finishes with a beach-inspired architecture and design on an extra wide 35′ foot corner lot.”


3.) 622 The Strand, Manhattan Beach – $6,299,000/$5,750,000

2 br | 2 ba | 1,110 Sqft

“A spectacular, award-winning contemporary home by famed architect Pat Killen.”


2.) 2801 Via Segovia, Palos Verdes Estates – $5,900,000

5 br | 5 ba | 4,750 Sqft

“Experience unobstructed views of the ocean and cove below from this bluff-top home.”


1.) 3420 The Strand, Manhattan Beach – $16,500,000/$15,400,000

5 br | 6 ba | 5,500 Sqft

“A premier Oceanfront Masterpiece with amazing view and beach front, offering the dream Manhattan Beach lifestyle.”

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