- MLS® #: SB20023316
- 2201 W 25th Street 1
- San Pedro, CA 90732
- 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1,484 SqFt
For those unfamiliar with Los Angeles, the city spreads out for miles in a large metropolitan area, with a relatively similar appearance throughout. However, every region has its own unique culture, as do the suburbs. San Pedro, CA, is certainly no exception.
San Pedro the southernmost neighborhood in L.A., connected to the rest of the city by a thin strip of incorporated land that runs roughly along Interstate 110, the Harbor Freeway and Transit Way. As the name of that road implies, this area is home to a massive harbor complex that, along with Wilmington's Terminal Island, contains most of the city's logistics and shipping companies, naval installations and recreational boating resources. The bordering communities, other than Wilmington, include affluent Rancho Palos Verdes to the west and Long Beach to the east. The Pacific Ocean provides the southern border. (read more about living in San Pedro)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in San Pedro, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a San Pedro condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at 562-242-7630.
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From a fishing village to shipyards to an up-and-coming area for high-rise condos, San Pedro has had quite a history. With renovations and improvements along the L.A. waterfront adding to historical landmarks, parks and beaches, San Pedro is becoming much more than a stop-off point for cruises — although there are still plenty of business catering to the ship-going crowd. Especially along the waterfront, there are museums, hotels, parks and nature preserves. For dining, there are hip, casual restaurants, upscale coffee shops and plenty of seafood restaurants. There's also a major restaurant, cafe and lounge corridor all through Central San Pedro, especially along Pacific Avenue and Gaffey Street. These main thoroughfares are also home to a variety of day-to-day shopping, professional offices, boutiques, and neighborhood businesses.
San Pedro is a diverse neighborhood, and there's plenty for every type of lifestyle. To narrow your search to the areas that fit your unique needs, please contact one of our local experts today. They will listen to your requirements and present you with a portfolio of relevant, available properties.