Nicknamed “The Friendly City”, this 1.9 square-mile area of Los Angeles rests between Torrance and Rolling Hills Estates. Its robust history extends all the way back to the late 1700’s, when it was controlled by King Carlos III of Spain, as part of Rancho San Pedro. Its quaint neighborhoods, small town feel, and Lomita Railroad Museum are hallmarks of the area great for families.
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