Santa Monica, CA real estate community information. Santa Monica is a coastal city in western Los Angeles County. Santa Monica is 8.3 square miles and the 2000 census states population of 84,084 people. The residence enjoys a 3-mile beach. Because of its proximity to the Pacific Ocean and agreeable weather it was a famous resort town by the early 20th century. In the late 1980′s, there was a revitalization of its downtown creating a boom in job growth and tourism. Santa Monica real estate because of its proximity to the ocean, well-established neighborhoods and current revitalization of commercial and residential areas Santa Monica is one of the Westside’s most exclusive neighborhoods. Santa Monica homes were built at the turn of the 20th century to newer stately luxury residences. Established exclusive areas offer the ocean, canyon and or city views. Condominiums and townhouse single levels to high-rise complexes. Residences not only enjoy luxury beachside living but various historic attractions and activities. The Santa Monica Pier built in 1909 currently is an attraction for residences and tourists. Gentle stable residential living complemented by a robust city life with a major shopping center, Third Street Promenade, restaurants, galleries, and boutiques. Santa Monica is adjacent to Venice and Pacific Palisades, California. Major freeways are the Santa Monica and San Diego Freeway. Santa Monica School District is the city's K-12 public district. Santa Monica homes for sale inland and seaside. Santa Monica Real Estate History.
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