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San Clemente


 

 

San Clemente

San Clemente, otherwise know as the “Spanish Village by the Sea,” is a quiet beach town located at the very southern edge of Orange County. The middle ground between Los Angeles and San Diego, San Clemente has always been know for it’s perfect climate, world class surfing, diverse topography, ocean views and its variety of Spanish Colonial Revival influenced architecture throughout the city. Heavily rooted in long time family inhabitants, San Clemente is one of the last affordable frontiers for coastal Real Estate. San Clemente hosts Lower Trestles and San Onofre, some of the best surfing destinations on the entire California coast, The Western Whitehouse otherwise known as ‘La Casa Pacifica,’ a classic Spanish mansion on the oceanfront where President Nixon spent his time on the west coast, and the San Clemente pier with on-the-ocean dining. San Clemente truly embodies a lifestyle unlike any other. 

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San Clemente


 

 

San Clemente

San Clemente, otherwise know as the “Spanish Village by the Sea,” is a quiet beach town located at the very southern edge of Orange County. The middle ground between Los Angeles and San Diego, San Clemente has always been know for it’s perfect climate, world class surfing, diverse topography, ocean views and its variety of Spanish Colonial Revival influenced architecture throughout the city. Heavily rooted in long time family inhabitants, San Clemente is one of the last affordable frontiers for coastal Real Estate. San Clemente hosts Lower Trestles and San Onofre, some of the best surfing destinations on the entire California coast, The Western Whitehouse otherwise known as ‘La Casa Pacifica,’ a classic Spanish mansion on the oceanfront where President Nixon spent his time on the west coast, and the San Clemente pier with on-the-ocean dining. San Clemente truly embodies a lifestyle unlike any other. 

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Dana Point - Monarch Beach


 

 

Dana Point-

Monarch Beach

In recent decades, Dana Point has grown into one of California’s most appealing resort town destinations. A man-made harbor, completed in the early 1970’s, is the centerpiece of this Dana Point. Lying just seaward of San Juan Capistrano, Dana Point is adjacent to the southern end of Laguna Beach and sits away from the busier parts of the county. Though a quiet town, it enjoys easy access via PCH and three freeways to almost anywhere in the region. Doheny State Beach and Salt Creek, Dana Point favorites, are among the County’s most scenic stretches of coastline. Inclusive to Dana Point is Monarch Beach (frequently mistaken as a city itself), which is home to the Ritz Carlton and the St. Regis resorts. Monarch Beach includes a few very expensive private communities along the water including Monarch Bay, Ritz Cove, Niguel Shores, and The Strand. In old town Dana Point, a pre-war village has been modernized, with an expanse of suburban development following it inland across the rolling coastal terrain. Affordable by comparison to many other coastal Orange County locations, Dana Point does not disappoint as its unique location affords it residents the use of the region’s most valuable amenities without the higher prices of its more renown neighbors.

Dana Point - Monarch Beach


 

 

Dana Point-

Monarch Beach

In recent decades, Dana Point has grown into one of California’s most appealing resort town destinations. A man-made harbor, completed in the early 1970’s, is the centerpiece of this Dana Point. Lying just seaward of San Juan Capistrano, Dana Point is adjacent to the southern end of Laguna Beach and sits away from the busier parts of the county. Though a quiet town, it enjoys easy access via PCH and three freeways to almost anywhere in the region. Doheny State Beach and Salt Creek, Dana Point favorites, are among the County’s most scenic stretches of coastline. Inclusive to Dana Point is Monarch Beach (frequently mistaken as a city itself), which is home to the Ritz Carlton and the St. Regis resorts. Monarch Beach includes a few very expensive private communities along the water including Monarch Bay, Ritz Cove, Niguel Shores, and The Strand. In old town Dana Point, a pre-war village has been modernized, with an expanse of suburban development following it inland across the rolling coastal terrain. Affordable by comparison to many other coastal Orange County locations, Dana Point does not disappoint as its unique location affords it residents the use of the region’s most valuable amenities without the higher prices of its more renown neighbors.

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Laguna Beach


 

 

Laguna Beach

This seaside village is the quintessential coastal hamlet. It is hard to find a corner of this town from where you cannot either see the ocean or easily walk to it. The small-town character of Laguna Beach is rigorously protected by its proud citizens, which is why this city remains very similar in feel in its second century as it did in its first. Originally known to be haven for artists, subsequent decades saw the emergence of surf culture and other individualist lifestyles here in numbers unlike anywhere else along this coast. The city’s eclectic and diverse composition of citizens makes for a lively and dynamic atmosphere cherished by all. An accomplished school system is supported by an active group of generous locals, and the quality of life here is delicately balanced as the city’s governance continues to meet the demands of its residents as well as the seasonal demands placed on it as a highly desirable coastal resort. Growth is not on the agenda in this city and those in search of a community where permanence is the guiding principle for defining its future will come to appreciate the value of living among like-minded people.

 

Laguna Beach


 

 

Laguna Beach

This seaside village is the quintessential coastal hamlet. It is hard to find a corner of this town from where you cannot either see the ocean or easily walk to it. The small-town character of Laguna Beach is rigorously protected by its proud citizens, which is why this city remains very similar in feel in its second century as it did in its first. Originally known to be haven for artists, subsequent decades saw the emergence of surf culture and other individualist lifestyles here in numbers unlike anywhere else along this coast. The city’s eclectic and diverse composition of citizens makes for a lively and dynamic atmosphere cherished by all. An accomplished school system is supported by an active group of generous locals, and the quality of life here is delicately balanced as the city’s governance continues to meet the demands of its residents as well as the seasonal demands placed on it as a highly desirable coastal resort. Growth is not on the agenda in this city and those in search of a community where permanence is the guiding principle for defining its future will come to appreciate the value of living among like-minded people.

 

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Newport Beach


 

 

Newport Beach

Newport Beach is often considered the most cosmopolitan of the coastal cities in Southern California. Once a sleepy fishing village surrounded by large tracts of farmland, and later a summer destination for weary Angelenos looking to escape the summer heat, Newport Beach is now one of the most desirable, expensive and secure addresses in the country. Large by comparison to other cities on this coast, Newport is actually a grouping of several distinct areas linked by their relationship to the harbor they surround. The namesake harbor – which is the largest purely pleasure harbor in the world - is dotted with islands between the coast and peninsula, which defines its seaward boundary. Along the peninsula, miles of beaches are among the more idyllic found in California. Coastal mesas and foothills on the other side of the harbor provide a stunning backdrop for ocean view neighborhoods. Newport Center, the financial center of the county, is also a world-class shopping and commerce destination. Easy access to all points is provided by main transportation corridors and John Wayne Airport, which sits at the eastern edge of town. Whether your desire is to own a surf shack on the sand, or an expansive ocean view estate behind gates, Newport Beach affords every type of coastal living experience one can envision.

Newport Beach


 

 

Newport Beach

Newport Beach is often considered the most cosmopolitan of the coastal cities in Southern California. Once a sleepy fishing village surrounded by large tracts of farmland, and later a summer destination for weary Angelenos looking to escape the summer heat, Newport Beach is now one of the most desirable, expensive and secure addresses in the country. Large by comparison to other cities on this coast, Newport is actually a grouping of several distinct areas linked by their relationship to the harbor they surround. The namesake harbor – which is the largest purely pleasure harbor in the world - is dotted with islands between the coast and peninsula, which defines its seaward boundary. Along the peninsula, miles of beaches are among the more idyllic found in California. Coastal mesas and foothills on the other side of the harbor provide a stunning backdrop for ocean view neighborhoods. Newport Center, the financial center of the county, is also a world-class shopping and commerce destination. Easy access to all points is provided by main transportation corridors and John Wayne Airport, which sits at the eastern edge of town. Whether your desire is to own a surf shack on the sand, or an expansive ocean view estate behind gates, Newport Beach affords every type of coastal living experience one can envision.