Welcome to the real estate information page for Meredith Gardens in Huntington Beach. As you would hear from anyone that currently lives there, Meredith Gardens is truly a special place to live. It’s kind of a throw-back neighborhood to the “good old days”. This community can be found just South of Adams Boulevard and East of Brookhurst in Huntington Beach.
Meredith Gardens is a community of close to 410 homes and was built in the late 1960’s. It was developed by Eddie Meredith. The homes within the community are diverse and have a feel like no other community in Huntington Beach. Many of the homes are split or tri-level. They are big with good size back yards. The streets are tree-lined and almost has the feel of an East coast city (except the weather of course!).
Because of the size of the community, Meredith Gardens offers a diverse selection of models. Here is what you can expect to choose from:
- 3 bedroom homes (approximately 2,162 – 2,372 square feet)
- 4 bedroom homes (approximately 2,237 – 3,200 square feet)
- 5 bedroom homes (approximately 2,527 – 3,216 square feet)
There are plenty of options! Meredith Gardens has always been a favorite of homebuyers looking for space for their family. The neighborhood offers parks, bike access to the beach, and a community spirit not found elsewhere. There are many events throughout the year for Meredith Gardens residents. They have progressive dinners, movies and concerts in the park and Christmas caroling during the holiday season.
If you are interested in finding out more about Meredith Gardens, CONTACT US TODAY! We are local residents are work just down the street.
Below are all the homes currently for sale within Meredith Gardens. If you would like to see inside one of the homes or would like to discuss your options, give us a call (714.478.1520).
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