North-East Santa Monica

Northeast Santa Monica is a safe and beautiful neighborhood, with dog-friendly sidewalks.
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Overview for North-East Santa Monica, CA

3,745 people live in North-East Santa Monica, where the median age is 46 and the average individual income is $92,410. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

46 years

Median Age


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Welcome to North-East Santa Monica

North East Santa Monica Homes for Sale

Northeast Santa Monica is a safe and beautiful neighborhood, with dog-friendly sidewalks, family-friendly amenities, and gorgeous homes. You’ll find every shop, restaurant, and cafe you want within walking distance from your home in Northeast Santa Monica, in addition to being just minutes from the beach.
The community is known for being well-maintained and affluent, with eye-catching landscaping and charming boutiques and green spaces throughout. The community is bordered by 26th Street on the West, Wilshire Boulevard on the South, Montana Avenue on the North, and Centinela Avenue on the East.

Schools Near Northeast Santa Monica

The highly rated public schools in Northeast Santa Monica are a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, one of the largest in the nation, and include Franklin Elementary School, Lincoln Middle School, and Santa Monica High School.
Private schools in the area are abundant. Families can choose from an extensive list of private education choices in the are, with varying academic programs and levels of special education support.

Things to Do in Northeast Santa Monica

Though Northeast Santa Monica is located in Los Angeles County and is within an hour’s drive of countless iconic destinations, residents can also easily enjoy a dream lifestyle without leaving the neighborhood. Both Sorrento Beach and Ginger Rogers Beach are just a few minutes away, with public parking available if you prefer to drive. Palisades Park is the perfect place to take a walk with ocean views, just a few minutes from home in Northeast Santa Monica.
Built-in 2018, North Beach Playground is just next to Palisades Park and features a universally accessible playground. This means the park features barrier-free equipment, increased maneuvering space, and accessible surfaces and paths in addition to sensory play elements.
Douglas Park is another beautiful community park in Northeast Santa Monica, featuring lawn bowling, tennis courts, and a playground.
Walking along Wilshire Boulevard, you will see an abundance of darling boutiques, delicious restaurants, charming cafes, and other locally owned small businesses. Shop for groceries at Erewhon or Whole Foods, both conveniently located along the main drag in Northeast Santa Monica.
Milo + Olive is the perfect place to stop for lunch or dinner. They offer an unpretentious setting with both indoor and outdoor dining. Guests enjoy woodfired scratch-made pizzas, in addition to small plates and baked goods. This charming local pizzeria has gained hundreds of five-star reviews and will likely become one of your neighborhood favorites.
Jonah’s Kitchen & Bar is a fun neighborhood spot to grab a drink or a bit to eat with friends. The trendy setting makes for a fun girls' night out or date night, with menu items inspired by Latin and Caribbean flavors and seasonally available produce.
For fun and family-friendly brunch, stop by Bru’s Wiffle. Their signature waffles are made fresh from scratch, and the menu includes other fun breakfast dishes, including fried chicken to top the waffles. Dine inside or on the patio for breakfast, brunch, or lunch.

Northeast Santa Monica Real Estate

Northeast Santa Monica real estate prices reflect the desirability and competitive market of the area. You will find condos, townhomes, and single-family homes in the neighborhood, some featuring ocean views. Condos and townhomes in Northeast Santa Monica start near $1 million, while single-family homes start in the mid $3 million. There are no tract home developments, so the properties you find are unique custom homes with distinct personalities. Many of the homes have been updated to reflect current trends, with very few older homes in the area.
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