Torrance looks like the typical American suburban city: big malls, big streets, big homes. While it's mostly landlocked, there is a part of Torrance which juts out to the coast. Torrance is also notable for having the largest Japanese-American population in the continental United States, so you'll find plenty of Japanese restaurants and stores. The homes here are rarely ostentatious, even close to the ocean.
A big draw for families are the many excellent schools within Torrance's boundaries.
Burbank: 31.5 miles / 55-100 minutes by car / 120 minutes by transit
Century City: 19.5 miles / 45-100 minutes by car / 110 minutes by transit
Downtown LA: 21.1 miles / 40-75 minutes by car / 75-80 minutes by transit
Long Beach: 14.6 miles / 20-40 minutes by car / 80 minutes by transit
Santa Monica: 3.4 miles / 10-20 minutes by car / 30 minutes by transit / 15-20 minutes by bike
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