Laguna Beach

People say Laguna Beach roots started as an art colony. This theme remains today throughout its older home communities which are stunningly attractive. Laguna Beach has plenty of ocean front shoreline starting near Three Arch Bay on the South up through Emerald Bay in the North. Speaking of which, these two communities are highly sought after, both being gate guarded with incredible ocean and Catalina Island views. Ocean and Island views are indicative of almost every community. Great restaurants are to be had all along fabulous Pacific Coast Highway. Driving and/or walking Pacific Coast Highway through Laguna Beach is a real experience. Many shops align PCH providing a real treat for those seeking an enlightened local flavour. Real estate in Laguna Beach is eclectic. Small cottages to stunning landmark homes dot both sides of the PCH. The MLS highest priced home in Laguna Beach as of May 28, 2015 was $30,000,000. The lowest price being $1,125,000. Laguna Beach, like many Orange County ocean front communities is a haven for those seeking that elusive, exclusive beach lifestyle.

Pictures above are samples of Laguna Beach's' Unique Architectural Styles and Landmarks.

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