Hill Section Real Estate - Manhattan Beach CA

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Living in the Hill Section of Manhattan Beach is certainly a special luxury only a few can claim. Think big homes and big views! The Hill Section neighborhood is well known for its sweeping views, wide streets, and spacious lots. Unlike the Sand Section, you can really spread your wings here.

For information about Hill Section property listings for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Manhattan Beach real estate experts today. Read more about Hill Section real estate below.

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Want to purchase a home in Hill Section? Call Greg Geilman at ManhattanBeachHomes.com (310) 953-4754. Your neighborhood Hill Section REALTORS® and agents are here to help with the Manhattan Beach housing market.

About The Hill Section Real Estate

The Hill Section boasts some of Manhattan Beach’s priciest, most upscale homes for sale. 

The views from homes in the Hill Section neighborhood of Manhattan Beach are some of the best views around, which is why the hunt for Hill Section homes for sale is very competitive. Many homes here have unblockable ocean views spanning from Palos Verdes and Catalina all the way to Malibu. Because streets in the Hill Section are "hilly," many Hill Section houses sport large floor-to-ceiling windows and make great use of indoor/outdoor space.

The Hill Section of Manhattan Beach is known for its big homes, big lots, and big ocean views. The properties are larger and the streets are wider than they are in other Manhattan Beach neighborhoods. Ample room between neighbors, more abundant parking, and quiet streets are all popular perks of The Hill Section.

Many homes in Hill Section offer unparalleled privacy and feature 180-degree panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, making them the perfect place to relax and unwind.

Hill Section properties tend to sprawl and are more spread out when compared to neighborhoods closer to the beach. Many homes have the space required for swimming pools, large patios, and flourishing yards. The most desirable lots face the ocean view and sun, but even those that don’t have plenty of luxurious space to offer homeowners.

Luxurious Homes With Spacious Lots

With over 1100 homes in The Hill Section, numerous popular architectural styles are present. Luxurious Mediterranean, Craftsman, and Plantation style homes can be found throughout the community. Many houses use a reverse floor plan that places the entertaining rooms upstairs, allowing homeowners and guests to enjoy beautiful oceanview sunsets from common living areas.

Lot sizes in Hill Section vary, with most smaller lots featuring a 40x120 or 50x125 layout that equals 4,800 to 6,250 square feet. Meanwhile, larger 80x125 lots provide 10,000 square feet of space, while 75x160 lots boast impressive 12,000 square feet. Because of the flexibility offered by these spacious lots, newer homes in The Hill section can exceed 5,000 square feet.

The Hill Section neighborhood encompasses less than one square mile and is located west of Sepulveda and south of Manhattan Beach Boulevard. Numbered streets run east and west, and are intersected by streets like Dianthus and Poinsettia, which run north to south.

Connect With Hill Section Real Estate Experts

The Hill Section homes are some of the most desirable properties in Manhattan Beach, courtesy of their stunning views, spacious lots, and prestigious school district. To find and secure your dream home in The Hill Section, we recommend working with a local real estate team specializing in the nuances of Manhattan Beach real estate.

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