San Pedro proudly wears the badge of “Port City” with a storied history dating back to the 1500s. Home to a WWII battleship, the Vincent Thomas Bridge and the Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro has always been an attraction for many.. Nevertheless, it is also home to many Los Angeles residents offering beautiful architecturals with unobstructed and seemingly endless views of the Pacific Ocean. Built along rolling hills, San Pedro is a special place with a tight sense of community and homes along the water, comprised of a competitive market that most people overlook.
Real Estate: While San Pedro is home to many Spanish style bungalows, the coastal American Craftsmans and contemporary modern builds continue to be the real draw. The city offers properties with expansive views of the Pacific and the glittering coastline, featuring a wide range of home prices. Many of the streets in San Pedro are lined with trees and sit on gentle hills allowing homes to catch to ocean breeze that comes through. Along with single family homes, San Pedro has a notable variety of condos and duplexes.
Community: San Pedro is best recognized for it’s relaxed coastal living ambiance. It is an ideal locale for families with a pace of life that is not quite as bustling as a fast-moving city. The area is peppered with parks and features a significant amount of marine-focused activities for children and adults. The area is teeming with beautiful sites, as well as hip restaurants and cafes.
Education: San Pedro is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District including San Pedro High School, Mary Star of the Sea High School, the Port of Los Angeles High School, Barton Elementary School, White Point Elementary, South Shores Magnet for the Visual and Performing Arts Elementary School, Dana Middle School, Dodson Middle School and a host of others.
Transportation: San Pedro is reachable via the 110 Freeway. Along with the Downtown San Pedro Trolley, the city has transportation by way of DASH, a local bus, in addition to the Metro Bus Line and Silver Line that take you into Downtown Los Angeles.