Take a look at the homes that closed escrow in the South Bay city of Lawndale CA during the month of September 2022.
It was a bit of a down month in terms of both the number of homes that sold as well as sold home prices.
There were 8 on MLS home sales during the month.
The average “list” price was $764,375 with the average sold price of $747,500 which was down considerably from August.
The average price per foot was $499 .
See how the September real estate market in Lawndale compared with other months on our real estate trends page.
Take a look below at the most recent statistics for Lawndale real estate to get a better sense of just what the market is doing. Home sales and home prices are up and continue to trend that way with record prices. Take a look!
Welcome to our favorite neighborhood in Lawndale CA. El Camino Village is the area that actually consists of both Lawndale and Gardena. What makes the area special is that it has a very “neighborhood” look and feel compared to some other parts of both of those cities.
Housing consists of primarily 1940’s and 1950’s era post WWII single family homes which gives the area a really nice look and feel with real pride of ownership and curb appeal. They were well built beach bungalow type tract homes with usually 3 bedrooms and often around 1,100 square feet. Many added square footage over the years and while some are still in fairly original condition most have been remodeled and improved over the years.
The neighborhood consists of single level homes with pleasant front yards on quiet, tree lined streets.
The borders of the area are generally Marine to the north, Manhattan Beach Blvd to the south, Prairie to the west and Crenshaw to the east. Nearby highlights are Alondra Park, Alondra Golf Course and Bodger Park.