Marble Estates & Palo Del Amo Real Estate Guide & Homes for Sale

    Walking through this community sixty years ago you would have found roaming cows and scattered oil pumps, but now you’ll find a mix of different styles of beautiful homes, including the multi-level model which is one of the main reasons buyers are attracted to the area. The multi-level homes offered here cater to large families with small and older children as well as being great for families who are in need of an in-law quarters and the extra space. Many of the multi-level models bedrooms are placed on the bottom and top levels with the living space being on the first, or middle, level, which is ideal for those large families. While in most areas of Torrance homes were built as 3 bedroom 1 bathroom or 2 bedroom 1 bathroom and no larger than around 1200 square feet, Marble Estates differs in that the homes living square footage ranges from 1600 to 2500. Differentiating with what was offered in the rest of Torrance while still having the award-winning school district and safe neighborhood, buyers paid a premium for the luxury of the extra space. This same idea has carried on in today’s market; if you want the space while still being in the fantastic Torrance school district and in a safe neighborhood, buyers look to the Marble Estates community to meet their needs. This luxury, convenience, and peace of mind comes at a price, with the median home price for Marble Estates in today’s market falling around $1.1 million dollars.

    Marble Estates is located between Crenshaw Blvd & Hawthorne Blvd and Sepulveda & 235th Street. Centrally located to great schools, the Del Amo Mall, restaurants, medical, and more. The community is made up of approximately 350 homes that began being built in the mid 1960’s by developer Don Wilson. The assigned schools to the neighborhood are Hickory Park Elementary, Madrona Middle School and Torrance High School, which all happen to be highly rated, award-winning schools. These are just some of the reasons why Marble Estates is among the most popular communities to live in in the South Bay!

    Palo Del Amo is an adjacent community surrounding Marble Estates with very similar style homes in both size and architecture. Most non-Torrance natives are not aware that this little pocket neighboring Marble Estates & Hickory Park is called Palo Del Amo, most confuse it with Marble Estates. The major difference between the two neighborhoods is there are no one story homes in Palo Del Amo.

     

     

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