Long Beach California is the 5th largest city in California with over 450,000 residents. You can find great places to homes in Long Beach, lofts, condos and luxury estates along the coastline.
Check out the downtown area with its main shops and dining opportunities or take a walk along the boardwalk in a neighborhood called The Peninsula.
There are 35 Long Beach neighborhoods to explore when searching for a home to relocate too in Long Beach.
Coastal Cities: Seal Beach California
Seal Beach is just south of Long Beach in Orange County, California. The city is a charming cozy area at the beach. Great for walks along the boardwalk south of the pier or down Main Street for shopping, dining, and cool coffee shops. There are more shopping areas just east of the 405 Freeway.
There are over 24,000 people who live in Seal Beach. The city was incorporated in 1915. About 2 miles inland in Seal Beach is Leisure World, a gated retirement community. The city is home to the US Navy’s Naval Weapons Station, which was in charge of storing ammunition for US Navy warships.
There are 7 neighborhoods to view homes in Seal Beach.
Coastal Cities: Surfside California
There are three rows of homes: Row A on the sand, Row B just behind A with partial ocean views and Row C that faces the Huntington Harbour.
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Coastal Cities: Huntington Beach California
Welcome to “Surf City USA” in Huntington Beach California. When you visit Huntington Beach, you feel the beach atmosphere of cool breezes and the smell of the ocean.
Experience the great waves and watch the surfers each morning at the beach or enjoy a stroll along the beach.
You can enjoy beach activities like surfing, water sports and boating for eight months or more per year.
Beyond the sand and surf, you can visit museums, the Huntington Beach Pier, downtown shops, boutiques and restaurants in the community of Huntington Beach, California.
Coastal Cities: Newport Beach California
Newport Beach’s continuous popularity brings excellent investment & high return opportunities when you sell as demand for the housing at the beach remains steady.
While most of Southern California was hit hard by the mortgage meltdown, Newport Beach real estate and a few other coastal communities had only had a slight drop in pricing.
The climate and beach lifestyle of living in this prestigious area continues to attract affluent homes buyers that want to invest in real estate in Newport Beach. Truly, this is among the most desirable places on earth to live.
Explore Newport Beach neighborhoods including Balboa Island, Balboa Peninsula, East Bluff, Lido Island, Linda Isle, Lower Newport Bay, Newport Heights, and West Bay – Santa Ana Heights. View all homes for sale in Newport Beach, California.