Liberty Village is the easternmost portion of this section. It is bordered by Aviation Boulevard on the east, Manhattan Beach Boulevard on the south, Redondo Avenue on the west and Marine Avenue on the north. The homes in this tract were built in 1950. A second Liberty Village development was built in 1952 just to the west on 18th, 19th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd Streets between Herrin Avenue and Redondo Avenue. Most of the original Liberty Village lots are about 5,400 square feet. Lots in the second phase are a little smaller at about 5,000 square feet.
This area is nearly flat. Fewer homes here have been replaced by new construction, but most of the original homes have been remodeled over the years.
The Heights / Liberty Village Section contains Manhattan Beach Middle School, Meadows Elementary School, Manhattan Beach Preschool, Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden, and Polliwog Park. There is also a city reservoir off Peck Avenue between 18th and 19th Streets. The Manhattan Beach zoning map shows the Robert E. Begg School. That was one of two Manhattan Beach junior high schools before the Manhattan Beach Middle School was built. The Begg school facilities are now used for the Manhattan Beach Preschool and Southern California Regional Occupational Center.
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