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227 W Palm Ave
227 West Palm Avenue
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
2 Bedrooms
$3,450
1337 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
Pristine turnkey townhome in highly loved El Segundo School District! From the expansive living room with gas fireplace to the state-of-the-art kitchen featuring granite counters and a dishwasher, this urbane unit is undoubtedly one of the quietest
1 Unit Available
612 Illinois Ct
612 Illinois Court
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
3 Bedrooms
$3,095
1300 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
Amazing location in El Segundo with a private grassy backyard, perfect for dog lovers! This renovated 3 bed 2 bath top floor apartment, boasting an open floor plan drenched in natural light. The living and dining area features a beautiful fireplace.
1 Unit Available
300 Maryland Street
300 Maryland Street
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
3 Bedrooms
$4,250
1350 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:42 AM
WOW! Move right in to this beautifully remodeled 3 bedroom! Tastefully updated with all new appliances and designer touches. Brand new range, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator.
1 Unit Available
909 Pepper Street
909 Pepper St
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
4 Bedrooms
$6,500
1918 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:42 AM
Fully furnished short/long term lease. 12 new contemporary townhouses, no interior units. Designed by noted architect, Pat Killen, each 1900 sq. ft. Townhome comes with an open floor plan suitable for any lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
209 E Sycamore Avenue
209 East Sycamore Avenue
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
3 Bedrooms
$4,250
1128 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:42 AM
This adorable El Segundo home is ready for you to come and enjoy! You will just love living in this neighborhood where you are steps from almost everything including quaint Downtown El Segundo, shops, schools, the beach and much more.
1 Unit Available
349 Virginia Street - 7
349 Virginia St
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
2 Bedrooms
$2,695
740 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 08:31 AM
Nearby schools include Richmond Street Elementary School, El Segundo High School and Arena High (continuation) School. The closest grocery stores are Ralphs and Ralph's Pharmacy.
1 Unit Available
1721 East Pine Avenue
1721 East Pine Avenue
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
2 Bedrooms
$2,995
1000 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Call, text or email Emily at 714-628-6269 for more information! We have the best that El Segundo has to offer! This spacious 2 bedroom/ 2 bathroom unit has everything you are looking for! Peaceful, surroundings with close proximity to 105, 405 and
1 Unit Available
601 Illinois Ct 5
601 Illinois Court
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
2 Bedrooms
$2,550
950 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Awesome New REMODEL in El Segundo. 2 Bdr - Property Id: 360426 NEWLY REMODELED in BEST AREA of EL SEGUNDO! 2 BEDROOM/1 BATH LOWER UNIT IN VERY QUIET BUILDING. 900 sq. Feet Great layout with HUGE LIVING SPACE. Outdoor PATIO.
1 Unit Available
956 Eucalyptus Dr. D
956 Eucalyptus Drive
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,450
900 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Unit D Available 09/30/20 Eucalyptus - Property Id: 357072 Price change- Cute, quite, clean 4 unit complex Unit is upstairs in the back of the building with a small private patio 1 car carport parking space Laundry inside the unit Unit currently
1 Unit Available
416 Virginia St MASTER Bed
416 Virginia Street
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$2,882
4000 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 29 at 09:33 AM
BEACH MASTER, SPABATH, SUITE, Views, Pool, HotTub - Property Id: 305189 ENTIRE top floor MASTER BEDROOM, SPA SUITE for your "Family & Friends" 980+ square foot PENTHOUSE! Relax MASTER Bedroom REMODELED super big shared home Entertain El Segundo
1 Unit Available
350 Concord St
350 Concord Street
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
3 Bedrooms
$3,795
1400 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Cute beach home in the heart of town - Best location in town! This cute beach home is close to everything! It's a short walk right down to the beach, all the eateries, shops, parks and schools.
1 Unit Available
900 Cedar Street #301
900 Cedar Street
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
2 Bedrooms
$3,250
1239 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Top Floor Two Bedroom Condominium in El Segundo! 1/2 off 1st month's rent! - *1/2 off 1st month's rent! An opportunity to lease a top floor, completely refurbished two bedroom condominium in one of the hottest growing cities in the region! Cedar
1 Unit Available
229 W. Sycamore Avenue
229 West Sycamore Avenue
El Segundo, CA | El Segundo
2 Bedrooms
$4,295
1200 sqft
Last updated May 2 at 11:49 AM
Completely Renovated El Segundo Home! - Newer 2 bdrm, 2 bath home ideally located on a quiet street in El Segundo.
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1 Unit Available
The Palms
4829 W 120th St
Hawthorne, CA | North Hawthorne
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,755
632 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 29 at 12:43 AM
Apartment community features convenient carport and relaxing pool. Units feature hardwood floors and oven range for convenience. Close to Eucalyptus Park with proximity to Interstate-405.
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Pacific Place
5211 Pacific Concourse Dr
Del Aire, CA | Holly Glen - Del Aire
Studio
$1,886
625 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,099
807 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,668
1198 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 04:49 AM
Located in El Segundo. Convenient to I-405 and I-105 for easy access to downtown. Apartments include island kitchens, walk-in closets and private balconies. On-site theater room, fitness center, outdoor BBQ area and swimming pools.
1 Unit Available
5248 W 119th PL
5248 West 119th Place
Del Aire, CA | Holly Glen - Del Aire
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
810 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
Welcome to your Del Aire Charmer on the Cul-de-Sac. This sweet home affords such details that are reminiscent of the neighorhood from your childhood. A welcoming front porch greets you to an adorable light filled home.
1 Unit Available
475 36th Place Ave
475 36th Pl
Manhattan Beach, CA | Sand Section
1 Bedroom
$4,000
600 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
ALL utilities included! Walk to the beach, restaurants, cafes, and yoga studios from this tastefully furnished completely updated MB modern property. Exquisitely renovated w/ meticulous attention to detail.
1 Unit Available
472 Rosecrans Ave
472 West Rosecrans Avenue
Manhattan Beach, CA | Sand Section
2 Bedrooms
$5,000
900 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
Available Nov 5th. All Utilities Included. Walk to the beach, restaurants, cafes, and yoga studios from this tastefully furnished completely updated MB modern property. Exquisitely renovated w/ meticulous attention to detail.
1 Unit Available
1516 THE STRAND
1516 The Strand
Manhattan Beach, CA | Sand Section
4 Bedrooms
$45,000
4953 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
A rare and unique opportunity to lease a private custom built home by one of the most successful developers in the South Bay. The homes features almost 5,000 sf of luxury quality & high end finishes - no expense was spared.
1 Unit Available
132 21ST ST
132 21st Street
Manhattan Beach, CA | Sand Section
3 Bedrooms
$9,500
1982 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
Newer townhouse, only 5 houses from the Strand beachfront. luxurious,spacious, ocean views, deck, patios, 3 car on site parking, dumbwaiter, easy to show, pets OK, best location, 1 year lease or 1 month minimum short term.
1 Unit Available
2110 Ocean Drive
2110 Ocean Drive
Manhattan Beach, CA | Sand Section
3 Bedrooms
$16,500
2100 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
AVAILABLE December 1ST . Currently rented for October, November, January and February, Property can be rented on a monthly basis. Location, location, location. This 4 bed, 3.5 bath unit is steps from the Manhattan Beach Strand and ocean.
1 Unit Available
2501 Elm Avenue
2501 Elm Avenue
Manhattan Beach, CA | Tree Section
2 Bedrooms
$4,500
1091 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:42 AM
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle on Sepulveda Blvd, this newly remodeled home sits on a corner lot in the coveted Tree Section.
1 Unit Available
224 Rosecrans Avenue
224 Rosecrans Avenue
Manhattan Beach, CA | Sand Section
3 Bedrooms
$7,250
2040 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:41 AM
Beautful townhome steps to the beach, shops and restaurants.
1 Unit Available
1421 12th Street
1421 12th Street
Manhattan Beach, CA | Eastside Manhattan Beach
2 Bedrooms
$3,900
1337 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 11:42 AM
Perfectly situated location in Manhattan Beach! This beautifully remodeled town home is filled with natural sunlight and has an open and functional floor plan with two balconies.
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City Guide

El Segundo
Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / I gotta get, I got-got ta get it - From "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo" by A Tribe Called Quest
Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / I gotta get, I got-got ta get it - From "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo" by A Tribe Called Quest

El Segundo is a coastal city in Los Angeles County. Its 16,654 residents enjoy a prime spot just south of LAX airport, north of Manhattan Beach and east of the Pacific Ocean. So if it's an amazing location and proximity to the beach you're looking for -- and who isn't? -- it's time to start searching for rental properties in El Segundo.

Having trouble with Craigslist El Segundo? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Searching for a Home in El Segundo

If you need a place anytime soon, you should start your quest for housing in El Segundo right away. Its very low vacancy rate means you can expect some competition, whether you need a large home for rent or are focusing your search on cozy studio apartments.

What are the approximate housing costs in this city?

You'd better start saving up if you want to live in El Segundo, because the prices for homes here are higher than usual -- but that's just the cost of living on the beach! Still, the median cost to buy a home is almost double the average of California and quadruple the national average. If you are looking for houses, apartments or condos for rent, you won't need quite as much money, since the median rent is just a little higher than the average for California.

What should you bring when you look for a home here?

Due to the very low vacancy rate, you should bring your checkbook and proof of income if you plan to snap up a home here. If you take too long to qualify for the home you want, you risk losing it to yet another person who would love to live in a coastal California city. So put on your competitive face and get ready to fight for the first one-bedroom apartment you fall in love with in El Segundo.

Searching for a Home in El Segundo
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If you need a place anytime soon, you should start your quest for housing in El Segundo right away. Its very low vacancy rate means you can expect some competition, whether you need a large home for rent or are focusing your search on cozy studio apartments.

What are the approximate housing costs in this city?

You'd better start saving up if you want to live in El Segundo, because the prices for homes here are higher than usual -- but that's just the cost of living on the beach! Still, the median cost to buy a home is almost double the average of California and quadruple the national average. If you are looking for houses, apartments or condos for rent, you won't need quite as much money, since the median rent is just a little higher than the average for California.

What should you bring when you look for a home here?

Due to the very low vacancy rate, you should bring your checkbook and proof of income if you plan to snap up a home here. If you take too long to qualify for the home you want, you risk losing it to yet another person who would love to live in a coastal California city. So put on your competitive face and get ready to fight for the first one-bedroom apartment you fall in love with in El Segundo.

Neighborhoods in El Segundo

Before you make your move to this city, make sure you know which neighborhood you want to live in. The communities here range from mostly industrial or urban to rural, so there is basically something for everyone.

Smoky Hollow: This neighborhood runs along East El Segundo Boulevard and is packed with businesses and apartments. So if you like living just steps away from necessities like Vinny's Pizza and Hanabi Japanese Grill, this may be the ideal area for you to settle down in.

City Center: This is another urban neighborhood where residential and commercial districts collide in El Segundo. You will find a higher percentage of apartments for rent than single-family houses here. Not surprisingly, you will also have fast access to plenty of restaurants, such as Second City Bistro, Andiamo Pizza and Rock & Brews.

Center Street and East Imperial Avenue: Here you will find lots of single-family homes, so if you are looking for a spacious place to live with a yard, you can find it in this area. But there are some apartment complexes to choose from, too. When you live in this area, you will be conveniently close to the Pacific Coast Highway, so get ready for some amazing scenery when you need to go north and south in this city. At the same time, you'll also be close to Interstate 105, which goes east and west and is decidedly faster to travel on than the slow but picturesque Pacific Coast Highway.

West Imperial Highway and Main Street: The number of apartment complexes in this area is about equal to the number of single-family homes here, and the majority of the properties were built before 1999. This is where you will find lots of affordable housing and plenty to do. Just a few examples of what's here include Hank's Pizza, Sapori Di Roma and Richmond Street Field. There's also Library Park, which is close to - you guessed it - the El Segundo Public Library.

Neighborhoods in El Segundo
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Before you make your move to this city, make sure you know which neighborhood you want to live in. The communities here range from mostly industrial or urban to rural, so there is basically something for everyone.

Smoky Hollow: This neighborhood runs along East El Segundo Boulevard and is packed with businesses and apartments. So if you like living just steps away from necessities like Vinny's Pizza and Hanabi Japanese Grill, this may be the ideal area for you to settle down in.

City Center: This is another urban neighborhood where residential and commercial districts collide in El Segundo. You will find a higher percentage of apartments for rent than single-family houses here. Not surprisingly, you will also have fast access to plenty of restaurants, such as Second City Bistro, Andiamo Pizza and Rock & Brews.

Center Street and East Imperial Avenue: Here you will find lots of single-family homes, so if you are looking for a spacious place to live with a yard, you can find it in this area. But there are some apartment complexes to choose from, too. When you live in this area, you will be conveniently close to the Pacific Coast Highway, so get ready for some amazing scenery when you need to go north and south in this city. At the same time, you'll also be close to Interstate 105, which goes east and west and is decidedly faster to travel on than the slow but picturesque Pacific Coast Highway.

West Imperial Highway and Main Street: The number of apartment complexes in this area is about equal to the number of single-family homes here, and the majority of the properties were built before 1999. This is where you will find lots of affordable housing and plenty to do. Just a few examples of what's here include Hank's Pizza, Sapori Di Roma and Richmond Street Field. There's also Library Park, which is close to - you guessed it - the El Segundo Public Library.

Living in El Segundo

So now you know which neighborhoods are available in this city. If you're satisfied with what you've heard about the housing here so far, it's time to discover what local residents do in their free time.

First, you need to know how the locals get around town. Just as in most California cities, they usually drive, typically on freeways like the Pacific Coast Highway and Interstate 105. But there are also a few public transportation options, like the Amtrak, which you can catch at the Douglas Green Line Station. And of course, if you live in one of the conveniently urban neighborhoods in this city, you can try walking around or even riding a bike to local stores and eateries. Hey, some people do it!

If you're wondering which parts of the city are even worth traveling to, whether by Amtrak, car or foot, start with the downtown area. Along Grand and Main Street, there are several local shops and places to eat. If you want major chain stores, this is not the place to go! For those, you'll have to check out Plaza El Segundo, or you can also travel to Manhattan Village in Manhattan Beach. Basically, there's lots of shopping to be done in and around this city!

El Segundo is also home to many parks, so whether you want to spend a day outside having a picnic or need a place to walk your dog, you'll be happy here. Clutter's Park is perfect for watching planes take off and land at LAX, while Constitution Park has lots of open space that are ideal for a picnic or a walk.

Of course, like any good coastal California city, El Segundo has a beach. It's fairly small as beaches go, but it's quiet and has bonfire pits, so you can't beat that. You can also visit other patches of sand nearby, such as Dockweiler State Beach and Manhattan Beach. Either way, you can rest assured you're just minutes away from some sand, water and amazing Southern California weather, so El Segundo is a great place to begin your search for rentals!

Living in El Segundo
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So now you know which neighborhoods are available in this city. If you're satisfied with what you've heard about the housing here so far, it's time to discover what local residents do in their free time.

First, you need to know how the locals get around town. Just as in most California cities, they usually drive, typically on freeways like the Pacific Coast Highway and Interstate 105. But there are also a few public transportation options, like the Amtrak, which you can catch at the Douglas Green Line Station. And of course, if you live in one of the conveniently urban neighborhoods in this city, you can try walking around or even riding a bike to local stores and eateries. Hey, some people do it!

If you're wondering which parts of the city are even worth traveling to, whether by Amtrak, car or foot, start with the downtown area. Along Grand and Main Street, there are several local shops and places to eat. If you want major chain stores, this is not the place to go! For those, you'll have to check out Plaza El Segundo, or you can also travel to Manhattan Village in Manhattan Beach. Basically, there's lots of shopping to be done in and around this city!

El Segundo is also home to many parks, so whether you want to spend a day outside having a picnic or need a place to walk your dog, you'll be happy here. Clutter's Park is perfect for watching planes take off and land at LAX, while Constitution Park has lots of open space that are ideal for a picnic or a walk.

Of course, like any good coastal California city, El Segundo has a beach. It's fairly small as beaches go, but it's quiet and has bonfire pits, so you can't beat that. You can also visit other patches of sand nearby, such as Dockweiler State Beach and Manhattan Beach. Either way, you can rest assured you're just minutes away from some sand, water and amazing Southern California weather, so El Segundo is a great place to begin your search for rentals!

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City Guide

El Segundo
Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / I gotta get, I got-got ta get it - From "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo" by A Tribe Called Quest
Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / Left my wallet in El Segundo / I gotta get, I got-got ta get it - From "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo" by A Tribe Called Quest

El Segundo is a coastal city in Los Angeles County. Its 16,654 residents enjoy a prime spot just south of LAX airport, north of Manhattan Beach and east of the Pacific Ocean. So if it's an amazing location and proximity to the beach you're looking for -- and who isn't? -- it's time to start searching for rental properties in El Segundo.

Having trouble with Craigslist El Segundo? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Searching for a Home in El Segundo

If you need a place anytime soon, you should start your quest for housing in El Segundo right away. Its very low vacancy rate means you can expect some competition, whether you need a large home for rent or are focusing your search on cozy studio apartments.

What are the approximate housing costs in this city?

You'd better start saving up if you want to live in El Segundo, because the prices for homes here are higher than usual -- but that's just the cost of living on the beach! Still, the median cost to buy a home is almost double the average of California and quadruple the national average. If you are looking for houses, apartments or condos for rent, you won't need quite as much money, since the median rent is just a little higher than the average for California.

What should you bring when you look for a home here?

Due to the very low vacancy rate, you should bring your checkbook and proof of income if you plan to snap up a home here. If you take too long to qualify for the home you want, you risk losing it to yet another person who would love to live in a coastal California city. So put on your competitive face and get ready to fight for the first one-bedroom apartment you fall in love with in El Segundo.

Searching for a Home in El Segundo
+

If you need a place anytime soon, you should start your quest for housing in El Segundo right away. Its very low vacancy rate means you can expect some competition, whether you need a large home for rent or are focusing your search on cozy studio apartments.

What are the approximate housing costs in this city?

You'd better start saving up if you want to live in El Segundo, because the prices for homes here are higher than usual -- but that's just the cost of living on the beach! Still, the median cost to buy a home is almost double the average of California and quadruple the national average. If you are looking for houses, apartments or condos for rent, you won't need quite as much money, since the median rent is just a little higher than the average for California.

What should you bring when you look for a home here?

Due to the very low vacancy rate, you should bring your checkbook and proof of income if you plan to snap up a home here. If you take too long to qualify for the home you want, you risk losing it to yet another person who would love to live in a coastal California city. So put on your competitive face and get ready to fight for the first one-bedroom apartment you fall in love with in El Segundo.

Neighborhoods in El Segundo

Before you make your move to this city, make sure you know which neighborhood you want to live in. The communities here range from mostly industrial or urban to rural, so there is basically something for everyone.

Smoky Hollow: This neighborhood runs along East El Segundo Boulevard and is packed with businesses and apartments. So if you like living just steps away from necessities like Vinny's Pizza and Hanabi Japanese Grill, this may be the ideal area for you to settle down in.

City Center: This is another urban neighborhood where residential and commercial districts collide in El Segundo. You will find a higher percentage of apartments for rent than single-family houses here. Not surprisingly, you will also have fast access to plenty of restaurants, such as Second City Bistro, Andiamo Pizza and Rock & Brews.

Center Street and East Imperial Avenue: Here you will find lots of single-family homes, so if you are looking for a spacious place to live with a yard, you can find it in this area. But there are some apartment complexes to choose from, too. When you live in this area, you will be conveniently close to the Pacific Coast Highway, so get ready for some amazing scenery when you need to go north and south in this city. At the same time, you'll also be close to Interstate 105, which goes east and west and is decidedly faster to travel on than the slow but picturesque Pacific Coast Highway.

West Imperial Highway and Main Street: The number of apartment complexes in this area is about equal to the number of single-family homes here, and the majority of the properties were built before 1999. This is where you will find lots of affordable housing and plenty to do. Just a few examples of what's here include Hank's Pizza, Sapori Di Roma and Richmond Street Field. There's also Library Park, which is close to - you guessed it - the El Segundo Public Library.

Neighborhoods in El Segundo
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Before you make your move to this city, make sure you know which neighborhood you want to live in. The communities here range from mostly industrial or urban to rural, so there is basically something for everyone.

Smoky Hollow: This neighborhood runs along East El Segundo Boulevard and is packed with businesses and apartments. So if you like living just steps away from necessities like Vinny's Pizza and Hanabi Japanese Grill, this may be the ideal area for you to settle down in.

City Center: This is another urban neighborhood where residential and commercial districts collide in El Segundo. You will find a higher percentage of apartments for rent than single-family houses here. Not surprisingly, you will also have fast access to plenty of restaurants, such as Second City Bistro, Andiamo Pizza and Rock & Brews.

Center Street and East Imperial Avenue: Here you will find lots of single-family homes, so if you are looking for a spacious place to live with a yard, you can find it in this area. But there are some apartment complexes to choose from, too. When you live in this area, you will be conveniently close to the Pacific Coast Highway, so get ready for some amazing scenery when you need to go north and south in this city. At the same time, you'll also be close to Interstate 105, which goes east and west and is decidedly faster to travel on than the slow but picturesque Pacific Coast Highway.

West Imperial Highway and Main Street: The number of apartment complexes in this area is about equal to the number of single-family homes here, and the majority of the properties were built before 1999. This is where you will find lots of affordable housing and plenty to do. Just a few examples of what's here include Hank's Pizza, Sapori Di Roma and Richmond Street Field. There's also Library Park, which is close to - you guessed it - the El Segundo Public Library.

Living in El Segundo

So now you know which neighborhoods are available in this city. If you're satisfied with what you've heard about the housing here so far, it's time to discover what local residents do in their free time.

First, you need to know how the locals get around town. Just as in most California cities, they usually drive, typically on freeways like the Pacific Coast Highway and Interstate 105. But there are also a few public transportation options, like the Amtrak, which you can catch at the Douglas Green Line Station. And of course, if you live in one of the conveniently urban neighborhoods in this city, you can try walking around or even riding a bike to local stores and eateries. Hey, some people do it!

If you're wondering which parts of the city are even worth traveling to, whether by Amtrak, car or foot, start with the downtown area. Along Grand and Main Street, there are several local shops and places to eat. If you want major chain stores, this is not the place to go! For those, you'll have to check out Plaza El Segundo, or you can also travel to Manhattan Village in Manhattan Beach. Basically, there's lots of shopping to be done in and around this city!

El Segundo is also home to many parks, so whether you want to spend a day outside having a picnic or need a place to walk your dog, you'll be happy here. Clutter's Park is perfect for watching planes take off and land at LAX, while Constitution Park has lots of open space that are ideal for a picnic or a walk.

Of course, like any good coastal California city, El Segundo has a beach. It's fairly small as beaches go, but it's quiet and has bonfire pits, so you can't beat that. You can also visit other patches of sand nearby, such as Dockweiler State Beach and Manhattan Beach. Either way, you can rest assured you're just minutes away from some sand, water and amazing Southern California weather, so El Segundo is a great place to begin your search for rentals!

Living in El Segundo
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So now you know which neighborhoods are available in this city. If you're satisfied with what you've heard about the housing here so far, it's time to discover what local residents do in their free time.

First, you need to know how the locals get around town. Just as in most California cities, they usually drive, typically on freeways like the Pacific Coast Highway and Interstate 105. But there are also a few public transportation options, like the Amtrak, which you can catch at the Douglas Green Line Station. And of course, if you live in one of the conveniently urban neighborhoods in this city, you can try walking around or even riding a bike to local stores and eateries. Hey, some people do it!

If you're wondering which parts of the city are even worth traveling to, whether by Amtrak, car or foot, start with the downtown area. Along Grand and Main Street, there are several local shops and places to eat. If you want major chain stores, this is not the place to go! For those, you'll have to check out Plaza El Segundo, or you can also travel to Manhattan Village in Manhattan Beach. Basically, there's lots of shopping to be done in and around this city!

El Segundo is also home to many parks, so whether you want to spend a day outside having a picnic or need a place to walk your dog, you'll be happy here. Clutter's Park is perfect for watching planes take off and land at LAX, while Constitution Park has lots of open space that are ideal for a picnic or a walk.

Of course, like any good coastal California city, El Segundo has a beach. It's fairly small as beaches go, but it's quiet and has bonfire pits, so you can't beat that. You can also visit other patches of sand nearby, such as Dockweiler State Beach and Manhattan Beach. Either way, you can rest assured you're just minutes away from some sand, water and amazing Southern California weather, so El Segundo is a great place to begin your search for rentals!