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Friday, May 14, 2021

LAGUNA BEACH

A premier vacation destination, Laguna Beach is known for having some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, as well as magnificent hotels, shops, restaurants, art galleries and art festivals. Over 3 million visitors travel to this piece of paradise each year, participating in a wide array of activities, some of which include surfing, skimboarding, scuba diving, shopping, dining, visiting art galleries and more.

Beach Haven – Crown Point

 By Farzan Parvizi, First Team Real Estate   Introduction to the Enclave: Crown Point is a wonderfully unique neighborhood overlooking the ocean and consisting of small, cul-de-sac streets.  It’s just off the west side of Pacific Coast Highway in North Laguna.   Bordered By: (from east, south, west and north) This enclave is...

Living Here – Mystic Hills

Introduction to the Enclave: Mystic Hills was originally developed in the 1960s in the rugged terrain directly above downtown Laguna Beach. With elevations ranging from 200 to 600 feet above sea level, the neighborhood is renown for its panoramic views of the coastline and city lights, with many of...

Beach Haven: Laguna Lido

Introduction to the Enclave: Hosting unrivaled Pacific panoramas and an oceanfront vantage on Totuava Beach in South Laguna, Laguna Lido captures the celebrated Southern California lifestyle with the ever-present lull of the ocean tide and forever views spanning the coastal canyons and westbound horizon. It has a rare elevator-to-the...

Living Here in Three Arch Bay

Introduction to the Enclave: The community of Three Arch Bay is lucky enough to enjoy one of the loveliest beaches in all of California with its two secluded coves in South Laguna Beach. The neighborhood is split into Upper TAB, above Coast Highway, with gorgeous views of the ocean...

Beach Haven: Alta Vista Way

 Introduction to the Enclave: Alta Vista Way is all about the panoramic ocean vistas, Catalina Island sunsets, friendly neighbors and a walk to Victoria Beach. Bordered By: Alta Vista Way starts at the southern end of Glenneyre, turns left up the hill and ends at La Mirada Street. Along the...

Living Here – Eagle Rock in South Laguna

Introduction to the Enclave: I was raised on Victoria Beach, which is about a mile from where I live now. Growing up, my friends and I would head south for the picturesque beaches that were frequented mostly by Laguna locals. I have always enjoyed the relaxed attitude of South...

Oak Street Beach

 Introduction to the Enclave: Located in the center of the village is a wonderful neighborhood steeped with history and many say is the beginning of the California surf culture. Many avid surfers consider it the best surf spot in Laguna Beach. It is no wonder that when the swell...

Living Here in Mar Vista

Introduction to the Enclave: Tucked away in the hills above South Laguna Village, there is a small enclave the locals call Mar Vista. With less than 50 homes representing the neighborhood, the residents enjoy seclusion, open spaces and views of the Pacific Ocean. Many residents have resided in this...

Beach Haven – Irvine Cove

Introduction to the Enclave: Irvine Cove is arguably California's most prestigious coastal address. Located in the northernmost end of Laguna Beach, Irvine Cove is a 24 hour guard-gated oceanfront enclave of approximately 110 homes. A distinctly relaxed and refined atmosphere pervades, with all the residences situated within a short distance...

Living Here – Laguna Village

Introduction to the Enclave: The Village features picket fences, clapboard cottages, narrow streets, Dutch doors, flowering front yard gardens, beach arrow signs, ocean front cottages and villas, intimate boutiques, quaint coffee shops, quiet neighborhoods, lush vegetation, with every home unique and walkers of all kinds. These are just a...