With 840 miles of coastline and 163,707 total square miles, California offers its residents a unique way of life. You can choose to live in one of the largest cities in the world, Los Angeles, or shut yourself away in a small coastal town in Marin. You can feast your eyes on the majestic Pacific Ocean, or go water skiing at Lake Tahoe. But, as is the case everywhere, certain places in the Golden State are regarded as better than others, and it’s not always easy to decide where you might live, once you decide to relocate.
1) Redondo Beach
Many people want to live in California to enjoy its beautiful, sandy coastline and the Pacific Ocean. If you’re one of these people, then Redondo Beach, located in the South Bay of Los Angeles, is the place for you. Redondo Beach has two distinct communities, South Redondo and North Redondo. South Redondo snuggles next to the Pacific Ocean, and has everything you would want from an ocean town, including a pier, great restaurants and shops. North Redondo Beach is inland, so the average house price is less as you won’t be getting any ocean front properties, but you’ll have less of a commute to work. Overall, Redondo Beach has excellent weather, a great Performing Arts Center and an exceptional school system that regularly produces high scores on standardized state tests. It also has wonderful sport facilities, with over a dozen excellent public parks, that provide running tracks, tennis and racquetball courts.
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