If you are familiar with the South Bay, I’m sure you have seen multiple Spanish revival homes in the area. This style of design became popular in the coastal cities in the early 1920’s most notably by the architects Bertram Goodie and Carleton Winslow. The majority of the Spanish revival homes were built between 1915 to 1931 which began in Rancho Sante Fe in San Diego and slowly worked its way up the coast to Santa Barbara.
In the South Bay, we have seen beautiful Spanish Revival homes, original and remodeled, with the majority to be focused on a wonderful outdoor space and landscaping. Typical elements of the Spanish Revival include curves and arches, white stucco exterior, red-tiled roof, and courtyards and patios, amongst other elements.
These homes always sell well in the South Bay market with a few in Redondo Beach holding a historical significance. In just the past couple of years, we have seen the style sell on the low end for $1,000,000 up to $3,775,000 just in Redondo Beach.
If you are also a fan of Spanish Revival homes, take a look at a few of our favorite properties we have seen across California. Head over to our contact page if you would like any information on local properties for sale.