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445 21st Street Manhattan Beach CAY'know, we work hard to make our new listings/open house posts comprehensive, and then someone comes along and adds one at the last minute.

So we're leading off here quickly with 445 21st (3br/4ba, 2650 sqft.). 

They style it as a "[b]rand new contemporary townhome ... [offering] cool ocean breezes on the oversize balcony along with some ocean view."

They're open Sun. 1-4pm, asking $3.649M. Enjoy.

Our video this week features 3416 The Strand (a mere $15.000M) and a look at 3301 Palm, the latest new construction in the Trees, among others:

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To plan your open-house tours for this week, use MB Confidential's online list of Manhattan Beach open houses

Should you hold open houses on a holiday weekend?

Should you hold them in the rain?

Yes and no. You could argue either way. It might be quiet, but the people who do come might be serious. (We just had that experience last weekend.)

This week's crop of 13 active listings that are posted as open is about 1/3rd of the number we've seen recently – and that is before rain threatens some of them. You can enjoy these online for now, and take your chances in person if there's a break in the weather, or if you've got your galoshes.

To plan your open-house tours for this week, use MB Confidential's online list of Manhattan Beach open houses (it's mobile-friendly!). Our open house link always appears in our weekly wrapups and on the main front page,

If you're even still in town this weekend (2-day school week next week? really?!?), then how are you going to decide?

Which epic, high-priced Manhattan Beach home will you visit? Or at least, which will you visit first?

629 6th Street Manhattan Beach CAThere's 629 6th, a new Hill Section property that we just called a "knockout" and "A Home to Write Home About," that might draw your attention.

Or what about 2400 The Strand, offering, well, beachfront living on an awesome corner from which you can almost reach out and touch the sand. They say actress Jean Harlow once did from this very location. (Hint: The sand nearby, and under the house, are the real attractions.)

Or maybe 108 The Strand, a nearly new modern and the priciest offering in town at $20M, open again Sunday to

There was a time when we allowed ourselves to get all bothered about Christmas lights going up too soon. Aren't you supposed to wait until the Friday after Thanksgiving to put on the lights?

This year, the holiday light installers were working in the neighborhood on Halloween day. A whole holiday too soon! Yet somehow, we just kind of let it go. Is this the wisdom of advancing age?

This coming week, it's not too early for the annual pier lighting and downtown holiday open house festivities. That's Wednesday evening (November 16) from 6:00-9:00pm. There's music, treats, Santa and specials. If you're in the mood to get into a better mood, mark this on your calendar.

It's also not too soon to map out your Thanksgiving orders from local merchants…

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