Welcome to the real estate information page for Huntington Place, in Huntington Beach California. Huntington Place is a private, gated community built by JM Peters in the early 1990’s. You can find Huntington Place in Southeast Huntington Beach. It is bordered by Atlanta Avenue to the north and Bushard Avenue to the east.
You won’t find too many places in Orange County with a better location. This community is located just a few short miles to the beach and is conveniently located to shopping centers and restaurants. One of the reasons homeowners love Southeast Huntington Beach is because it’s centrally located to both Huntington and Newport Beaches.
Huntington Place is also a favorite community amongst families. The award-winning schools offered for residents in Huntington Place are: Eader Elementary, Sowers Intermediate, and Edison High School. Edison is actually bordering the community to the South and is just a short walk away. If you want to further investigate these schools, you can use www.greatschools.com as a resource.
Within the gates of Huntington Place you will find wide streets and well-landscaped yards. It is a very attractive community. The homes that were built mostly in 1990 are big with unusually large lots. Many of the homes have lots that are over 7,000 square feet. The homes vary by model but generally you will find:
- 4 bedroom homes (3,183 – 4,000 square feet)
- 5 bedroom homes (3,284 – 3,938 square feet)
If you are looking for a newer, gated-community, with great schools, that is just a few miles to the beach, you should consider Huntington Place. We are very familiar with Huntington Place and would be glad to answer any questions you may have.
If you want to see inside one of the homes currently available, CONTACT US TODAY. Below are all the currently available homes for sale in Huntington Place. This page is a live-link and is updated automatically with any new listings. Save the page in your favorites and check back regularly for new listings!
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