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Residential Income For Sale

$2,750,000

1645 BEECH Avenue, Torrance, California 90501

15Picture(s)
7,243Sqft
Visits:15
Highly Desirable Old Town Torrance Location | No Local Rent Control Defaults to AB 1482 | Great Unit Mix of (One) 3-Bedroom/2-Bathroom Unit, (Three) 2-Bedroom/1-Bathroom Units & (Two) 1-Bedroom/1-Bathroom Units | All-Electric BuildingLess Than 4 Miles from the Beach & Redondo Beach Pier | 3.83% Current Cap Rate & 17.23 Current GRM | Approximately 19% in Rental Upside - 4.

Residential For Sale

$1,799,000

3142 Torrance Boulevard, Torrance, California 90503

5Bedroom(s)
4Bathroom(s)
12Picture(s)
3,322Sqft
Visits:24
Amazing spacious 5 bedrooms 41/2 bath on a huge lot, sunny and bright. Down stair has bedroom with full bath, tile floor on the 1st level and wood floor on the 2nd floor. Big storage room in the back.

Residential For Sale

$1,649,000

22635 Benner Avenue, Torrance, California 90505

5Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
49Picture(s)
2,388Sqft
Visits:9
Newly listed, large remodeled home in the Palo Del Amo neighborhood of desirable South Torrance. Completely remodeled, from kitchen to bedrooms to newly poured concrete around the entire home. As you enter the home the foyer greets you and welcomes you to an amazing contemporary split level beauty.

Residential For Sale

$1,500,000

1115 Teri Avenue, Torrance, California 90503

3Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
55Picture(s)
1,814Sqft
Visits:10
*** Take the 360 Tour! http://www.t.ly/lIMI *** 1115 Teri Ave is a one-of-a-kind custom-built Coastal Modern dream home. Originally built in 1951, then expanded and fully-renovated in 2008, this home epitomizes the values of Modern design: minimalist aesthetics with maximal space and function.

Residential For Sale

$1,500,000

1633 Beech Avenue, Torrance, California 90501

4Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
13Picture(s)
2,130Sqft
Visits:1
Beautiful Historic Torrance Home located in a lovely neighborhood with nestled around lots of trees for shade throughout the block to give it that outdoor ocean breezy feeling.

Residential For Sale

$1,499,000

21606 Vicky Avenue, Torrance, California 90503

4Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
54Picture(s)
1,738Sqft
Visits:25
This beautiful Torrance retreat in the heart of the coveted Southwood neighborhood has been tastefully upgraded to be efficient and comfortable. There have been two additions by the current owner to ensure a high-performance home that will be well appreciated for its attention to detail. The open layout provides both the ability to entertain inside and out.

Residential For Sale

$1,495,000

3619 Sara Drive, Torrance, California 90503

4Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
37Picture(s)
1,796Sqft
Visits:24
EXCELLENT 4 BEDROOM SUNNY AND BRIGHT WITH ONE LEVEL WITH NO STAIRS FAMILY HOME . AMAZING SPACIOUS OPEN FLOOR PLAN WITH RESIS LIGHTS MOLDINGS AND CROWN MOLDINGS THROUGH OUT THE HOUSE. NEW KITCHEN CABINETS, KITCHEN FLOOR, COUNTER TOPS, NEW KITCHEN APPLIANCE. EXPENSIVE IMPORTED MARBLE FIREPLACE. ALL THE BEDROOM DOORS HAVE BEEN CHANGED WITH SPECIALLY STAINED SOLID WOOD DOORS .

Residential For Sale

$1,490,000

5021 Lillian Street, Torrance, California 90503

3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
44Picture(s)
1,683Sqft
Visits:14
Welcome to 5021 Lillian, a beautiful and lovingly cared for traditional 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in the coveted Torrance neighborhood of Southwood. Situated a half block away from the award winning Anza Elementary School and Paradise Park, this south facing home is bathed in natural light and charm.

Residential For Sale

$1,349,000

21710 Marjorie Avenue, Torrance, California 90503

3Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
49Picture(s)
1,504Sqft
Visits:3
Welcome to this lovely and well maintained home in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in West Torrance! Facing west, the front of the home is highlighted from the afternoon sun! Enter into the home and on the left is the beautifully updated kitchen with built in wine rack, granite counters and stainless Viking appliances...

Residential For Sale

$1,329,000

3309 Antonio Street, Torrance, California 90503

3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
38Picture(s)
1,818Sqft
Visits:1
Wow! This light & bright remodeled home in a great neighborhood of Torrance is spectacular in so many ways! Lots of upgrades and a flexible floor plan that allows for multiple uses, and accents like beamed ceilings, stacked-stone fireplace, beautiful wood floors, and a wonderful kitchen that opens to both the living room and family room are just a few.

Residential Income For Sale

$1,320,000

802 Cota Avenue, Torrance, California 90501

6Picture(s)
6,822Sqft
Visits:2
Excellent income opportunity in Old Torrance. Fully leased four-unit property. Classic Spanish-style bungalows situated on a huge corner lot, plus four 1-car garages. Large welcoming shared front yard. Each single story apartment has a spacious living room, 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom with skylight.

Residential For Sale

$1,300,000

2785 Maricopa Street, Torrance, California 90503

4Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
31Picture(s)
2,512Sqft
Visits:1
Gorgeous turnkey home nestled in desirable gated Belmar community with community pool, spa, BBQ area and a dog park. This beautiful large 2512 sq ft detached home features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, attached 2 car garage and 1 assigned parking conveniently located adjacent to the house. There is direct entrance to first floor off the assigned parking.
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Like so many other communities in South Bay, Torrance’s original residents were Tongva Native American people. Torrance was also part of Rancho San Pedro, which gives its name to San Pedro today. Torrance was incorporated in 1921 and is named after its initial developer, Jared Sidney Torrance. The city was always intended to have both industrial and residential uses, and is one of the earliest planned communities. Torrance was planned by Frederick Olmstead, Jr., who also planned Palos Verdes Estates.

Home buyers looking for single-family starter homes may find a number of choices in some of Torrance’s older neighborhoods, particularly in North Torrance. Old Torrance has a “small town America” vibe, in contrast with many other areas in South Bay. Home buyers will find some older Craftsman and Victorian homes in Central Torrance. Lawndale and Gardena border Torrance on the north and the Palos Verdes hills border it to the south. Torrance extends west all the way to the beach. RAT Beach (“Right After Torrance”) is the last beach before Malaga Cove on Palos Verdes Peninsula. Redondo Beach borders the other side of Torrance’s beach.

Torrance’s beach is a gateway to the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The area is sometimes referred to as the Hollywood Riviera. Other parts of South Torrance have elegant view homes and beach-adjacent homes. Many major corporations have regional or national headquarters in Torrance, including American Honda. Torrance is also the home to South Bay’s largest shopping and retail destination centers, including Del Amo Fashion Center, the fifth-largest retail center in the United States. Torrance has many smaller shopping districts and is also home to many fine restaurants, including fine Japanese and Korean cuisine. The city is also a center of culture for the South Bay, including its Cultural Arts Center, which is comprised of a theater, conference center, Japanese garden, and art gallery. El Camino College is also located in the city.

Torrance is known for high-performing schools and parks, with 30 parks located throughout the city including Madrona Marsh, a natural wildlife preserve right next to the Del Amo Fashion Center. From beautiful view homes, executive homes, and luxury estates to “Brady Bunch”-style family residences on the famed “Candy Cane Lane” known for its holiday displays, Torrance is a vibrant city with beach homes and beach-adjacent living close to many major employers in the automotive, petroleum, aviation, and high-tech industries.