Torrance Gardens (Torrance, CA)
  Contact: Justin Miller Phone: 310-619-9389     Single Family Residence, Traditional - Torrance, CA Listed at 759000       Send To   Subdivision  Torrance Gardens Category Homes Type Single Family Re-Sale Sq Footage 1557 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Half Bathrooms 0 Lot Size 0 Short Sale No Year Built 1951 Home Address 3326 Torrance Boulevard Torrance, CA 90503   Home DescriptionWelcome to your centrally located Torrance Gardens home! This charming and beautifully bright, 3 bed/2 bath, 1,557 SF Pottery Barn style home features a unique, open and expansive floor plan thats perfect for entertaining with a park like rear yard. Enjoy the stunning hardwood floors throughout, under a wood-beamed ceiling in the living room, making it just cozy enough for chilly Fall evenings. Cook dinner for frien...
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Torrance Gardens is a charming Torrance neighborhood, comprised of mostly smaller single family homes but with mixed in larger four or more bedroom homes.  Torrance Gardens is bounded by Madrona Blvd, Crenshaw Bvld, Carson Blvd and Torrance Blvd. You'll find street named "Iris", "Maple", "Juniper", "Date" or "Hickory" in the Gardens. If you're a fortunate Torrance Gardens resident, you can walk to the Farmers Market, beautiful walking paths, play tennis or baseball at nearby Wilson Park.  Torrance Courthouse , Police Station and the Library are also located in the area.  If you're in the mood for shopping or dining out, Del Amo Shopping Center is just a couple of blocks away. Homes in the Torrance Gardens community have been selling in the $430,000 - $725,000 range this year. Torrance G...
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By Mary Walker
(The Real Estate Group)
Torrance Gardens is a small neighborhood in Torrance, CA located between Madrona and Crenshaw Boulevards and between Carson and Torrance Boulevards. This neighborhood boasts many smaller homes, although there are also large remodels in the area. The Torrance Civic Center, Police Station, Library, and Courthouse are located on the western edge. Wilson Park is just to the east and boasts a Farmer's Market, Fourth of July fireworks, beautiful walking paths, and duck ponds. Homes in the area are slightly more affordable than homes to the West (nearer to the ocean), but it is still considered a good neighborhood. An added, bonus: walk to parades along Torrance Blvd. and visit the huge and recently updated Del Amo Mall.  
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