The Artisan’s Retreat
Home to the artists and artisans of Southern California for years, Laguna Beach real estate is unique in its position as both a creative capital and as a treasured coastal community. Lined by over 5 miles of protected beaches and cliffs, Laguna Beach has remained isolated in comparison to its neighbors to the north and south. This has led to high desirability as well as one of a kind homes that draws buyers to the area alongside the tourists and adventurers.
Laguna Beach has been a staple of the Orange County coastline since the late 1800s, with the city officially forming in the 1920s. Through that time to the modern day, travelers have visited from all around the globe to enjoy the ocean views and take in the artistic culture of Laguna Beach that has made it famous. Homes in Laguna Beach offer this lifestyle to homeowners every day, and the care and process that goes into the community reflects appreciation for this. Many homes throughout these neighborhoods are complex vintage homes with details unique to their age, and many others are designed from the ground up into lofty new abodes in the hills.
The Laguna Beach Village and surrounding beaches are a continual draw to this area, protected by the hills that separate it from the rest of Orange County. A pleasant Mediterranean climate ensures beautiful seaside gardens and parks are green and inviting to families and visitors alike.
- Main Beach and Aliso Beach
- Laguna Canyon and Aliso Canyon
- Sawdust Festival
- Pageant of the Masters
- Coastal and Catalina Views
- Unique Homes and Floorplans
Laguna Beach Neighborhoods
A Neighborhood of Legacy Homes
Irvine Cove marks the northernmost border of Laguna Beach, nestled into the southern cliffs of Crystal Cove and exclusive on an entirely different level than most properties in Orange County, with many home purchases grandfathered into families.
A Premium Seaside Community
Emerald Bay is a housing development in Laguna Beach that sits on both the north and south sides of the Pacific Coast Highway and enjoys several amenities like private beach access, vast tennis courts, and meandering landscaped trails.
Laguna Beach Village
Heart of the Artist’s City
A sprawling neighborhood filled with unique beach houses, cottages and modern homes alike, Laguna Beach Village is well known for Forest Avenue and the multiple galleries and small shops that act as the center of this area.
A Truly Magical View
Mystic Hills sits just above the bulk of the Laguna Beach Village, with varied hillside homes that enjoy panoramas of the Pacific Ocean and Laguna Canyon, and a very short trip to the beach.
Laguna Classics in the Coastal Range
Temple Hills is one of Laguna Beach’s first neighborhoods, with ample open space and lot sizes despite the age of the area. These homes sit above all the hustle of the Village, while enjoying all the benefits of being close by.
Top of the World
The Name Says It All
Top of the World is aptly named for its sweeping views of both coastal and inland Orange County, with Aliso Canyon acting as a natural border. Homes in this neighborhood are usually custom sites with truly unique features for each
Countryside Living with Urban Accessibility
Bluebird Canyon is another one of Laguna’s neighborhoods that has retained much of its open space as well as its unique properties. Homes in this area could be down by the beach or nestled in the hills, and vastly range in size and style.
Arch Beach Heights
Living Above It All
About halfway between Laguna Beach Village and South Laguna, Arch Beach Heights works its ways into the hills above, showcasing one of a kind properties and ocean vistas that bring people to Laguna Beach time and time again.
Three Arch Bay
Set Apart By the Pacific
Characterized by the peninsula of land reaching out into the sea and the incredibly high value properties within, Three Arch Bay is a community that is on both the north and south sides of the Pacific Coast Highway.