Laguna Beach CA Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Laguna Beach CA

The widely popular and vibrant coastal resort city of Laguna Beach is found in the southern portion of Orange County, between Los Angeles and San Diego and is part of the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana Metro Area.

A beloved tourist destination and a favored retreat of a lot of Orange County residents,Laguna Beach is visited by more than 3 million people each year who are drawn to itsMediterranean climate, pristine white sandy beachesand coves, as well as its lively arts and culture scene that has long attracted beachgoers, surfers, artists and nature lovers from all over the country to this picturesque slice of Southern California.

There are plenty of things to see and do all year round in Laguna Beach, making it a perfect destination for people looking to explore awesome beaches that offer scenic views. There are also plenty of neighborhood features like parks and public spaces, art galleries and museums that make for equally interesting destinations if you’d like to take a break from the usual sun, surf and sand.

Laguna Beach’s hills are widely renowned for being an amazing mountain biking destination, while the area’s natural geographical landscape composed of rocky bluffs and canyons has inspired plenty of artists since the 1900’s.To this day,many of the area’s residents arein the creative industry – everyone from painters and photographers to filmmakers and designers choose to live here.

Quick Facts

  • The town was officially founded in 1887 and was incorporated as a city 40 years after, in 1927.
  • Just some of the beloved annual events that occur in Orange County are Pageant of the Masters, Festival of the Arts, Sawdust Festival, Art-A-Fair and Kelpfest.
  • As of 2014, Laguna Beach had a population of 22,873 people, with a population growth of -0.97 percent since 2000.
  • Home prices have increased 19.60% from 2013 to 2014, with the median cost of homes at $1,486,400 as of 2014.
  • Laguna Beach has a total area of 9.8 square miles and is right on the Pacific Ocean, which serves as its southwestern border. It is immediately southeast of the Crystal Cove State Park and parts of Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park extend into the area. Other near neighbors include Laguna Woods,Aliso Viejo, Laguna Niguel,and Dana Point.