Santa Monica Homes For Sale - Living In Santa Monica
Sandy Beaches and Ocean Breezes
Santa Monica Homes For Sale – your L.A. hot spot for sandy beaches and ocean breezes. The city has a diverse selection of lifestyles and neighborhoods, it has something for everyone.
From Downtown and 3rd street considered the hub of entertainment to cafes and shops on Main St. to our very favorite Montana Ave. When you think of Santa Monica think blue skies, blue waters, and BLU DOT Realty Group.
Santa Monica is thriving with local culture. You can spend a perfect day in SM with food, fun, and cocktails in LA’s most stylish neighborhood or you can just live here.
What’s New In The City And Future Growth Of The City:
Work is underway now to turn the former Sears in downtown Santa Monica into an office and retail complex aimed squarely at Silicon Beach’s tech industry workers, owners Seritage Growth Properties and Invesco Real Estate announced today. Read More Here
What does $3,800 rent you in Santa Monica, today? See it now!
Things To Do In Santa Monica
The Beach, The Bike Path, Paddle Boarding and Surfing, Dining, Santa Monia Pier, Ocean Park Walk, The Aquarium and So Much More.
With so many places to see and things to do, accessibility makes this a prime spot in SoCal to make your perfect home. When you live here, getting from one place to the other makes Santa Monica a walker’s paradise. Whether walking, biking or using transit, you’re covered. Biking is a great option due to excellent bike lanes, multiple bike share and electric scooters throughout the city. Several eco-friendly options to get around town, a goal of being a sustainable, and multi-modal city.
Places To See and Hang Out:
Santa Monica Pier – The Santa Monica Pier is a large double-jointed pier at the foot of Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica, California. With an iconic entrance, the pier is popular with residents and visitors as a landmark that is over 100 years old.
Santa Monica State Beach – Landmark beach next to the Pier featuring a 3-mile coastline, mountain views & walking/biking paths.
Downtown Santa Monica – Posh shopping center offers a range of retailers, dining & entertainment amid a stylish promenade.
Pacific Park – Pacific Park is an oceanfront amusement park located on the Santa Monica Pier, looks directly out on the Pacific Ocean, in the direction of Catalina Island.
Palisades Park – Palisades Park is a 26.4-acre park in Santa Monica, California. The park is located along Ocean Avenue on top of the coastal sandstone bluffs, offering breathtaking scenic views of the Pacific Ocean and the coastal range.
Dining, Great Eats And More
Why Eat In Santa Monica?
The city has a slew of great restaurants, from fine dining to local hangouts, we have it all. Just think ocean views, sunsets, California vibes, and moods buzzing. It’s the ultimate place to see and be seen. Visitors and locals come to eat here because of our renowned restaurants and chefs – Fig, Huckleberry Café & Bakery, Tar & Roses – and restaurants want to be in Santa Monica because of the location, the variety, and the farmers market. Read more here
80s-Themed Benefit And More Concerts Near Santa Monica – Here’s a round-up of live music in LA County this week, including Strange 80s, Fall Out Boy, No Doubt, Slipknot, and more
Mimosas and Musical Beach Clean Up – Come and join Project Save Our Surf for a fun Saturday afternoon of mimosas and music — all while cleaning SM Beach – Food, buckets, and gloves will be provided.
When: Saturday, Oct. 13, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: SM Beach Tower 26
Admission: Free – Click here for more details
Montana Ave – A great place to celebrity watch, this 10-block stretch is an eclectic mix of chic, upscale shops ranging from furniture to fashions and interspersed with cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants.
26-Mile Bike Path – A popular path for biking, jogging and in-line skating along the Pacific Ocean.