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Seal Beach
Seal Beach, California - If you're looking for a family friendly beach to visit, vacation, to shop, enjoy a beach, dine, watch a classic movie, fish on the
pier, kitesurf and just hang out, by all means go to Seal Beach. Of the Orange County beaches, it offers the one of the best blends of shopping and
beach-ing that you'll find.  Being one of the more affordable beach communities if you're looking for a deal Seal Beach might just be the place!

Huntington Beach
Huntington's bedroom community has always been a destination, but has transformed into a modern destination now with more things for tourists to see
and do, and more places to stay at the beach. From  grunion runs to fireworks displays, to camping and hotels.  Officially named "Surf City" there are
many family oriented tracts that have beautiful homes and great community for couples and families.  Main street is a great place to eat, shop, and
people watch.

Newport Beach
Considered one of the elite Orange County areas you may just find your dream home here.  With stunning views and weather that's unbeatable, you
may think you've died and gone to heaven.  Beach front estates as well as neighborhood bungalows line the groomed streets where dog walking, bike
riding, and roller blading is a common thing.  Great schools in the area as well as some of the best shopping you'll find at Fashion Island.

Costa Mesa
A mixture of million dollar estates and original beach bungalows, this area is still home to some affordable buys.  Located next to Newport Beach and
home to the world famous shopping center South Coast Plaza as well the famous Orange County Fair Grounds everything you could ever want is at
your fingertips.  

Balboa Island
A beautiful community of ocean front homes packed in to a tiny island you'll feel the comfort of this small and cozy area.  With a village that brings back
the beach living of old, you'll have no problem finding a dream home or beach cabin within this .2 square miles of living space.  Population 3000.

Laguna Beach
Known for it's Artist community roots you can still find a lot that here along with a history of artistic vibe.  Stunning cliffside homes and home to some of
the states best restaurants and hotels, this is a mecca of ideas, utopian living, artistry, eating, and loving life.  If you want upscale artist living along side
some of the most serene ocean scapes you'll ever find, Laguna Beach is yours for the taking.

Irvine
Because of its good schools, jobs and housing, the city was chosen in 2008 by CNNMoney.com as the fourth best place to live in the United States.
Irvine is an incorporated city in Orange County, California, United States. It is a planned city, mainly developed by the Irvine Company since the 1960s.
With a population of about 220,000 this city is a one of a kind place.  

Corona Del Mar
Is actually park of Newport Beach.  Corona del Mar is known for its fine beaches, tidepools, cliffside views and quaint village shops. Beaches in the area
include Corona del Mar State Beach as well as Crystal Cove State Park south of Corona del Mar, accessible by paths winding down a steep hillside.  

Sunset Beach
The Sunset Beach city limit signs indicate a population of 1,288 in 2007. Sunset Beach does not have residential mail delivery. Instead, residents pick
up their mail at post office boxes in the centrally-located post office.  One of the old original beach villages left, however, they have been ordered to join
Huntington Beach.  If you want the small town feel by the beach Sunset Beach is the real thing.

Surfside
Surfside (or Surfside Colony) is a small gated community with three rows of houses (about 255), lettered A, B, and C. Surfside is just south of Seal
Beach, California and is located on the west side of Pacific Coast Highway.  There are no commercial (non-home-based) businesses with Surfside
addresses.  It's rare to find on of these homes for sale but if you do this is the only place in the world like it.

Dana Point
Dana Point is situated on the beautiful Southern California coast, halfway between San Diego and Los Angeles. It prides itself with nearly seven miles of
coastal bluffs and rolling hills along the Pacific Ocean with its charming beaches and wild surfs. Most noteworthy of these bluffs is a unique promontory
known as the “Headlands”, which overlooks Dana Point Harbor, one of the most significant manmade alterations of the Orange County coastline. Dana
Point encompasses 6.5 square miles and is home to 35,110 people and numerous businesses, all working together as one community.

San Clamente
It is located on the Pacific Ocean and is bordered by Camp Pendleton Marine Base on the South, Cleveland National Forest on the East and San Juan
Capistrano/Dana Point on the North.  San Clemente is a destination beach and surf resort with some of the finest surfing in California.  San Clemente’s
geographical isolation helped protect its small-town charm from the homogeneous urban sprawl that permeates so much of this region.  With a
convinient location just off interstate 5 this is a beach town thats easy to get to!

Tustin
Because of a top 10% ranking in per capita and one of the shortest commutes in Southern California, the city was chosen in 2009 by Forbes as one of
the top 25 towns to live well in America.  Tustin Old Town is an area centered around a group of historic buildings located on Main Street and El Camino
Real which date back to the 1880s. Among the early businesses and structures in Tustin were a blacksmith shop, a combined grocery store/meat
market, a business and feed store building, churches and school buildings. The present day museum is located in a historic old building which has
housed many businesses over the decades.