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Current Manhattan Beach Tree Section Listings
the fact that this area has far more trees than
other parts of the South Bay, the "tree section"
is actually called this due to the names of the
streets. Streets like Elm, Oak, Poinsettia, Palm
and Pine are just a few. The area enjoys more of
a family neighborhood feel than the area directly
to the west known as the Sand Section. Streets are
generally a bit quieter and there is more room between
houses and the area enjoys relatively flat and quiet
streets. The area is intersected by a strip known
as the green belt which is home to joggers, walkers
and dogs out for a stroll. The homes in the area
are as diverse as the population with a great deal
of larger new construction homes in the $2.0M and
up range, and many original homes that keep the
area from looking too overbuilt. The elementary
school for most of the area is award winning Pacific
Elementary and the area is close enough to the beach
to enjoy warmer winters and cooler summers and is
just a short bike ride to the coast.
Beach Tree Section (Area 43)
and Boundaries: West
of Sepulveda, North of Manhattan Beach Boulevard.
Sizes: Most lots are 40' wide, and the
length varies: 108', 112', 116', 120', 126' and
located lots sell for 1.2M plus.
locations are 900K plus.
Martyr's lots (largest of the tree section) are
Limit: 26', two stories, possible basement.
located new homes: 2.0M to 2.5M.
are 3,100' to 3,600', watch for basements.
Located New Homes: 1.8M to 2.0M
are no townhomes or condos to speak of in the
about specific streets:
Street on the north side is sloped down to Ardmore.
Street on the south side is on the up slope.
Street is a Cul-de-sac that dead ends into American
is S/E side of the corridor and Valley is the
N/W side of the corridor.
St., 35th St., and the north side of 33rd St.,
are 135 deep lots with alleys.
Martyr is the most expensive area in the tree
Pacific and Poinsettia and 17th and 18th Streets
are the biggest lots in the tree section.