Santa Monica is a beautiful seaside city in Los Angeles County. Santa Monica zip codes include 90402, 90403, 90404 and 90405. Please use our map search function for a property search in these or any other zip codes.
Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Venice and West Los Angeles to the south and east and the Pacific Palisades and Brentwood to the north and east, Santa Monica is a popular vacation destination due to its beaches, great shopping and proximity to all thatLos Angeleshas to offer.
For those looking for property to buy or lease in Santa Monica, there is a wide variety of housing options including single family homes, ocean view condominiums and charming bungalows.
North of Montana, 90402 describes the residential neighborhood located north of Montana Avebetween 26th St. and the ocean front. Here is where your home search will yield the priciest properties in Santa Monica. Among the many architectural styles you will find graceful Spanish, traditional, craftsman and modern single family homes. Between 7th and 26th streets, the properties are neatly laid out on rectangular lots of 7500-9000sf .The Gillette’s Regent Square section between 17th and 21st tends to have lots between 8500-9000sf.
Santa Monica estate homes are generally located closer to the beach west of 7th and north of San Vicente Blvd and may boast larger lots as well as ocean and mountain views. Residents north of Montana enjoy easy beach access, upscale shopping and dining, and great public schools. The highly regarded Franklin and Roosevelt elementary schools serve this area.
South of Montana, but north of Wilshire you’ll find a mix of single and multi-family residences. The westernmost portion of this neighborhood offers many well-preserved craftsman and Victorian style homes. Although most single family properties will still be priced over the 1 million mark, the homes tend to be more modest in scale and prices here are less than north of Montana.
The aptly named Rustic Canyon is another sought after Santa Monica area locale. The windy roads, woodsy, low key setting and private feel of this area is in stark contrast to its bustling, neighboring beach communities. Although generally considered a part of Santa Monica, Rustic Canyon is technically part of the City of Los Angeles. Rustic Canyon Elementary is the popular LAUSD elementary school that services this area.
For a slightly more affordable home and laid back, at the beach feel, Ocean Park, 90405 might be the place to start your Santa Monica home search. Single family homes, apartments and condominium towers are located close to the beach and Ocean Park, which borders Venice, has an artsy and comfortable vibe. Homes range from less than 1 million to just over 2 million. The shops, galleries and restaurants of Main Street are a draw for residents and tourists alike.
Sunset Park, 90405 is conveniently located in the southeast corner of Santa Monica, near Ocean Park Boulevard. Many of these homes were originally built in the 1940′s for the workers of the Douglas aircraft factory. There are single family properties available for under 1 million as well as many rebuilt or newly constructed residences listed between 1 and 2 million. Santa Monica Community College is also located in Sunset Park. Grant and Adams elementary schools serve this lovely Santa Monica neighborhood.
If your home search includes these Santa Monica neighborhoods or any properties in the general Los Angeles County area, the Brill Group has the experience and knowledge to guide you in a successful property search. Contact us at [email protected] and please use our map search function to identify potential properties of interest.