Homes for Sale in Huntington Beach CA

Homes for Sale in Huntington Beach CALooking for a home in Huntington Beach CA? You're in luck! There are plenty of homes for sale in this beautiful coastal community. Whether you're looking for a spacious beach house or a cozy condo, there's something for everyone in Huntington Beach.

Plus, with its sunny climate and laid-back atmosphere, it's no wonder HGTV named Huntington Beach one of the top ten places to live in America! So what are you waiting for? Start browsing homes for sale in Huntington Beach today!

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Living in Huntington Beach CA

Huntington Beach is located approximately 36 miles from downtown Los Angeles. Huntington Beach borders Cypress, Garden Grove and Hawaiian Gardens. Also borders La Palma, Los Alamitos Newport Beach, Orange Santa Ana, and Stanton.

Huntington Beach's unique history begins in 1898 when it was just part of the Spanish cattle route. The area was called many names over the years including Shell Beach and Smeltzer as well as Gospel Swamp, Fairview and Pacific City. The area was first named Huntington Beach in the early 1900s after Henry E. Huntington, a railroad tycoon.

Huntington Beach's early days were known for its oil production as well as other crops like celery, sugarbeets and lima beans. Since then, it has become a popular destination for musicians, surfers and shoppers.

Huntington Beach PierHuntington Beach is full of parks, landmarks, activities and attractions that make it easy to discover fun things to do.The Huntington Beach Pier is a must-see on the shore. It was built in the beginning of the 1900s. The Huntington Beach Pier is a longstanding tourist attraction that offers beautiful views and a relaxing stroll. You can also access Ruby's Diner right at the end of the pier.

Bolsa Chica State Beach is another popular attraction in Huntington Beach. Here you will find more fishing and surfing as well as other fun activities. This beautiful beach is approximately three miles long. There's plenty of space to unwind and enjoy the scenery.

Dog Beach, Huntington Beach's best-known destination for pet owners looking to take their dogs along on vacation, is a great choice. Dog Beach is a great place for your dog to play and run in the water. There are also drinking fountains that allow dogs to drink.

Duke's is Huntington Beach's most popular restaurant. Here you'll find a great selection of Hawaiian seafood dishes, including fish tacos and filet mignon.

Huntington Beach's average cost of living is 84% more than the national average, and 33% less than the California average. AlthoughLiving in Huntington Beach utilities and transport are lower, Huntington Beach's real estate, healthcare, and food prices tend to be higher.

Huntington Beach's average home price is $989,000. This equates to an average sale price per square foot of $533. Huntington Beach's average down payment is 43%.

Huntington Beach's average summer temperature is between the low 60s at night and the high 70s in the day. These temperatures drop to the lower 40s during winter, and the highs are in the middle 60s. Huntington Beach receives approximately 12 inches of rainfall per year.

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