Real estate buyers, sellers and agents working in the Huntington Beach, CA location will love promoting their properties in this splendid seaside city location, nestled in Orange County in Southern California. The location alone offers prospective homeowners a lifestyle full of sunshine, surf and sand like nowhere else, so it makes sense to take on this community with open arms.
A charter city and part of the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim MSA (metropolitan statistical area), Huntington Beach, CA’s primary feature is its 9.5-mile long beach. Residents are also likely to love the mild temperatures. Thanks to the gorgeous and inviting surf and amazing waves, a warm and welcoming beach culture co-exists harmoniously among professionals and students living in the area. Prospective homeowners who relish adventure and an upbeat lifestyle will clamor for the prime real estate available in this popular community.
Incorporated in 1909, Huntington Beach was once a cattle route and a haven for agriculture. Once known as Shell Beach, the Town of Smeltzer and the Gospel Swamp, thanks to many revival meetings, the city was eventually named for railroad magnate Henry E. Huntington. Huntington created a development company that is responsible for much of the modern landscape, commerce and industry of the city.
Once situated on a rich wealth of oil reserves, those reserves were long ago mined and depleted. However, companies do still mine the region and extract reserves at a slow rate. The city does have an off-shore terminus for the tankers that support the Alaska Pipeline. The main economic focus for the city lies in its flourishing tourism industry.
Since Huntington Beach, CA features a slightly more low-key atmosphere than neighboring Newport Beach, celebrities who keep homes in this area keep it a bit quieter. However, celebrities like Sandra Bullock and Robert Downey Jr. once had properties in the area.
Along with the beautiful beach views, new homeowners in the area will love sites such as the Huntington Beach Pier, the Huntington Dog Beach, the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, Huntington Central Park and Huntington Beach State Park.
Real estate agents working with prospective home buyers looking for homes in the price range between $650,000 and $800,000 will find an impressive array of breathtaking single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses.
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