The city of Laguna Beach is well known as an affluent, seaside resort town located in Southern Orange County. A unique beach community and artist's colony with 7 miles of beaches running along its 9 square miles, residents enjoy the ambiance provided by the sandy beaches, canyons and coastal hills. During the summer, several million visitors are drawn to the resort environment for its incredible beaches, art festivals and the Pageant of the Masters. Laguna's village shopping district, bluff top walkways and tram system create a pedestrian environment whose scale is rare in Southern California.View Details
One of Orange County’s most affluent locales, Newport Beach sits on the ocean between Huntington and Laguna Beach. Newport Beach residents enjoy award-winning schools, magnificent homes, world-class shopping and culturally-diverse dining. Surfers and sunbathers flock to the city's expansive, soft-sand beaches in Corona del Mar and on the Balboa Peninsula, as well as body-surfing hot-spot, The Wedge. The Balboa Peninsula features the city's most popular attractions, including the Catalina Flyer providing daily transportation to Catalina Island, and The Balboa Fun Zone boasting a Ferris wheel, an old-time Merry-Go-Round, and bumper cars, as well as shops and restaurants.View Details
A small, exclusive master-planned community within 7 square miles, Newport Coast is situated along the oceanfront hills that border the Pacific between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. Boasting endless views, ocean breezes, luxury villas and estate homes plus award-winning schools, residents celebrate coastal living at its finest. Surrounded by the ocean, open spaces, city lights, the harbor, Newport Coast is truly a unique area of the distinguished City of Newport Beach.View Details
Temecula is home to wineries, natural beauty, rich history, excellent schools and recreation for the whole family. The city continues to be a small but significant wine production center, supporting nearly 20 wineries in its picturesque landscape. Its wines are generally lesser known than those from California wine districts like Napa and Sonoma Valley, but the warmer climate of Temecula is particularly well-suited to grapes such as the Rhone varietals, Cabernet and Zinfandel. Besides its wineries, Temecula real estate has a lot to offer its residents, as well as its visitors, including nine local golf courses, the Pechanga Resort & Casino complex and unlimited shopping.View Details
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