The waves in Long Beach are not as high as other cities because of the breakwater that is 3 miles out from the beach.
But, the Peninsula neighborhood has bigger waves based on the location at the end of the breakwater.
Watch the Waves Crash on the Shore
You will have a front row seat to waves crashes on the beach in your beachfront home. Live the beach lifestyle on Pacific Ocean or the bayside when you live on the Peninsula.
You can live in Belmont Shore homes, Belmont Heights homes, the Peninsula, or Naples Island and still view the ocean but your home is not located at sea level to be considered a Long Beach beachfront home.
You can still live in these four neighborhoods above and get the benefits of ocean views.
Which of these Long Beach Beachfront Homes do you love?
Browse the current active listings for sale of Long Beach beachfront houses with big photos and lots of details per each listing.
This Landmark Mid Century Modern Home was designed in 1956 by renowned Architect, Edward Killingsworth. One of Long Beach finest, it was a Custom Built home for the Original Owners who lived there for 62 Years. It has recently gone through a Major Re