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Redondo's Priciest Homes: 1611 Ripley Ave.

Redondo Beach Patch features one of the most expensive homes in the 90277 and 90278 ZIP codes.

The $1.275 million home at 1611 Ripley Ave. in North Redondo Beach is a "rare find," according to the listing on AOL Real Estate.

The 3,180-square-foot home features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a family room and a large gourmet kitchen. Outside, the back and side yards are "beautifully landscaped." There's an outdoor patio that's good for barbecuing, and residents can park up to five cars on the property.

The property, which is on a cul-de-sac, also features city and mountain views.

The listing is brokered by South Bay Brokers. For more information, view the listing on AOL Real Estate.

This is article is part of an ongoing series profiling some of the most expensive property in the 90277 and 90278 ZIP codes as determined by AOL Real Estate. Want to be notified every time we post a new article in this series? Click the "Keep me posted" button in the box below.

Wolfman February 25, 2013 at 04:42 PM
a lot of money for a North Redondo home as I paid $58,500 for a home in 1977
Jennifer Malara February 25, 2013 at 06:05 PM
Yeah way to expensive from North Redondo. They are trying to be like South Redondo
Tim Sole February 25, 2013 at 09:31 PM
I went to an open house on Saturday in North Redondo on Green Lane. Bottom line, the place was $758 per square foot. Really, no garage, no parking, one bedroom, no furnace to speak of, rotted window sills, buckled floor, no yard and the water heater sitting outside in a tin shed. Although, they had just painted the place, including over the rotted window sills. The paint must be why a 635 square foot house sells for upwards of $480,000, of course it has been on the market for a few years now.
dave orenstein February 26, 2013 at 06:00 AM
Not sure where all you guys live but these are the prices to live in the Beach cities. East MB is a million dollars for a 3,000 square foot lot, no house on it. North Redondo is a hot spot and houses start at $650K for a tear down. Time to wake up and smell the rising prices and as for that $480K property, please tell me where it is at, I would buy those all day long and build or remodel.
Tim Sole February 26, 2013 at 03:30 PM
Dave, Green Lane, just second house south of Vanderbilt on the east side of Green.

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