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Bringing together a rare mix of luxury living, tranquility and a strong sense of community, Anaheim Hills feels like a rural small town. The picturesque community spreads over the eastern part of the city covering the area south of Yorba Linda up to the City of Orange border.
Beverly Hills defines casual elegance and offers the highest quality of life with a wide array of events, activities and world-famous shopping. Ideally located between beautiful foothills and the gorgeous beaches, Beverly Hills is home to Hollywood celebrities, corporate executives, and other well-established families.
Nestled within the San Bernardino National Forest, Big Bear is Southern California’s favorite four-season resort and town, drawing over five million visitors annually. The Big Bear region includes a beautiful fresh water lake, 2 premier ski resorts, and over 300 days of clear blue sky.
Cathedral City derives its name from the stunning rock formations around the city, which were reminiscent of a cathedral. The gorgeous natural surroundings and proximity to the world famous resort town of Palm Springs make Cathedral City a great place to call home.
A city whose heritage spans more than a century, Corona has emerged as an ethnically diverse community, with a large population of young, well-educated families. Commuting to Orange County from Corona is easy with the Toll Road system, and its own economy continues to grow and thrive.
Costa Mesa has the ideal Southern California climate as well as a location that has easy access to numerous attractions such as beaches, mountain areas, high and low deserts and Disneyland. Costa Mesa is home to Orange Coast College, Vanguard University, and Whittier Law School and National University, making it a wonderful place for higher learning.
The city of Del Mar is known for its entertainment, fine dining, polo fields, and luxurious real estate. Widely considered one of the most beautiful destinations on the Western Coastline, Del Mar Spanish for "of the sea”. Its warm climate is considered sub-tropical and its warm dry summers and mild winters attracts many locals and tourists.
Diamond Bar's breathtaking views of Mt. Baldy, the San Gabriel Valley and Chino Hills coupled with a low crime rate and award-winning schools make the city a great place to live. Diamond Bar is known for beautifully manicured homes and lawns and thriving nearby amenities.
One of the largest cities in Orange County, Fullerton is a full-service city renowned for its unique mix of residential, commercial, industrial, educational and cultural environments, which provide an outstanding quality of life for both residents and businesses alike.
Huntington Beach is internationally known as Surf City, due to its 8 miles of beautiful, scenic, user-friendly beachfront, which is the largest stretch of uninterrupted beaches on the West Coast. With one of the largest recreational piers in the world, a marina, a wildlife preserve and 8-mile biking and walking trail along the shore, Huntington Beach has it all!
Located in the heart of Orange County, the city of Irvine is one of the nation's largest and most successfully planned urban communities. Irvine has repeatedly been ranked one of the safest cities in the county and is known for its outstanding schools.
Ladera Ranch is one of South County’s most popular and exclusive family communities. In Ladera Ranch it’s common to see kids playing safely on cul-de-sac streets and neighbors catching up with one another in the front yard – all residents feel the strong sense of community.
The city of Laguna Beach is well known as an affluent, seaside resort and a hub for art and culture in Orange County. Full of beautiful beaches, amazing art galleries and a thriving downtown, Laguna Beach is a truly unique and exciting place to live.
With a focus on trade, tourism and technology, Long Beach has established itself as one of the leading regions for business, tourism and community living on the west coast. Popular areas and attractions in Long Beach include Belmont Shore, Naples and the Queen Mary.
Locals and tourists alike are swept up by Marina Del Rey's irresistible maritime charm, and the marina itself is a seaside haven for small time boat enthusiasts. The city also boasts condos, high rises, shops and the highest density of restaurants in a square-mile area outside of New York City.
Built around picturesque parks and protected wetlands, Mission Viejo is a family-friendly South Orange County city. Set against the Saddleback Mountains, Mission Viejo includes a network of hiking trails, a 124-acre lake, world-class shopping and a short drive down to the sunny beaches of Newport and Laguna.
One of Orange County’s most affluent locales, Newport Beach is home to some of SoCal’s greatest areas and attractions including Balboa Island, Crystal Cove, the surfing hot-spot known as The Wedge. Magnificent homes, picturesque beaches and world-class shopping define Newport Beach.
Known for beautiful estates with wrought iron gates and scenic surroundings, North Tustin real estate sits high in the foothills of Orange County. Switchback roads meander through the hills, winding through about 11,000 homes in North Tustin, offering some of the best views in the county. Image courtesy of Tony Nungaray.
Home to historic Old Town Orange, parks, lakes, shopping and a wide variety of real estate, the city of Orange is a diverse community. Located at the center of Orange, the historic Orange Plaza has become a symbol of the entire city.
Located east of Palm Springs, Palm Desert is one of the state’s fastest growing communities. Historically a popular retreat for vacationers, more and more regular visitors as of late have been tempted by affordable housing prices and the beautiful area to become full time residents.
Pasadena combines sophistication, fun, culture, and charm to make it one of SoCal’s most sought after real estate gems. Most famous for hosting the annual Rose Bowl and the Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena also has local charm with events like the monthly Swap Meet and the Pasadena Symphony.
Located in Orange County, Rossmoor is an unincorporated 5 square mile area consisting of over 3,400 homes situated on long, tree-lined streets, just 5 miles from the beach. It's easy to recognize because of its signature red brick that borders the entire community, differentiating it from neighboring Los Alamitos and Seal Beach.
Diversity, beauty, safety, and comfort all combine to make San Diego a truly unique and amazing place to call home. From a thriving night life in Downtown to the gorgeous rolling hills with views of lush greenery in nearly every direction, San Diego real estate is a hot commodity.
Seal Beach has a quaint, small-town feel, featuring the second-longest pier in CA, beautiful beaches and a skate park. Located in the westernmost corner of the county, this coastal community is the gateway to Orange County between the cities of Long Beach and Huntington Beach.
Centrally located at the juncture of the 405 and the 101 Freeways, Sherman Oaks is an ideal city to enjoy the benefits of city life without being caught in the hustle and bustle. The city is also home to the Sherman Oaks Galleria and has often been referred to the home of the "Valley Girl".
Sunset Beach is an unincorporated beachfront community northwest of Huntington Beach in Orange County. Primarily residential, Sunset Beach residents can take advantage of amenities like bike trails, picnic areas, sport courts, playgrounds, and of course the 45-acres of sandy beach.
Home to wineries, natural beauty, rich history, excellent schools and recreation for the whole family, Temecula is an exciting place to live. Old Town Temecula also holds local events like car shows, western days and summer entertainment, popular throughout the entire region.
Torrance is one of the premiere gems of SoCal as reflected in its ever-increasing real estate values. Although not known as a beach city, Torrance has one of the most accessible beaches in the South Bay and retains a strong beach atmosphere like its neighbors Redondo and Hermosa Beach.
Filled with tree-lined streets and indigenous massive white-barked sycamore trees, Tustin is sometimes referred to as "the city of trees". Tustin real estate ranges from large single-family estates to moderately priced apartments, all surrounded by parks, trails and open spaces.
Yorba Linda is an affluent and dynamic city in Orange County offering residents access to excellent schools, shopping and dining meccas, lush landscaping, the championship-designed course at the Black Gold Golf Club and some 100 miles of equestrian, biking and walking trails throughout the city's upscale neighborhoods.