Redondo's Priciest Homes: 732 S. Catalina

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

Described in its AOL Real Estate listing as the "ultimate dream home," the single-family house at 732 S. Catalina Ave. in South Redondo Beach is on the market for $1,975,000.

For $537 per square foot, the buyer gets a 3,681-square-foot, "villa-style" home on a 6,534-square-foot corner lot. Inside the house are five bedrooms, a room for an office or library, four bathrooms, a formal living room, three fireplaces and a solid brick wine cellar.

"This fabulous one of a kind beach home with a flair of Old California will draw you in by it's (sic) stunning curb appeal, entice you with it's (sic) fine wood and stone finishes and relax you with it's (sic) beautiful warm colors that make you feel immediately at home," according to the listing.

This home, located at the corner of Catalina and Knob Hill avenues, was built in 1912 and has ocean views and an attached garage. It is also within walking distance of Riviera Village and the Redondo Beach Pier.

The property is brokered by Shorewood Realtors. 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 Redondo Beach 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.

Stu October 29, 2012 at 02:04 PM
Is it true that J.C. Penny or his family once occupied this house? Sign observed Sunday on the property: Priced to sell
Wolfman October 29, 2012 at 02:39 PM
I know the Redondo Beach property tax and so called fees on this home will be over $20,000 a year.
Tony Czuleger October 30, 2012 at 04:04 AM
This house was extensivly remodeled years ago and was add on to its original foot print. It mostly went up and by the way, I never had heard that the J.C. Penny family lived or owned the house.


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