Welcome to the real estate information page for the Moffett Tract in Huntington Beach, California. The Moffett neighborhood is located in Southeast Huntington Beach and is bordered by Indianapolis, Magnolia, Newland, and Adams.
The Moffett neighborhood is one of the most desired in all of Huntington Beach. Much of its popularity comes from the award winning school that sits in the middle of the tract. The S. A. Moffett Elementary School currently ranks as a 5 out of 5 stars on GreatSchools.com. It is one of the best elementary schools in the entire area. In addition to the school, there is a good size park with fields and playground equipment.
The Moffett Tract is not its official name. It is actually a combination of Pacific Sands and Landmark homes. Pacific Sands homes were built in the mid 1960’s and Landmark homes were built approximately 10 years later. Both offer a good variety of home sizes.
There are single-story and two-story homes. They range in size from approximately 1,300 square feet to 2,400 square feet with 3 to 5 bedrooms. No matter what size family you have, there will be a home for you!
The Moffett Tract is just a short drive or bike ride to the beach. It is also nearby to shopping, churches, and award winning schools. If you are a family moving to the area or relocating within Huntington Beach, you should consider the Moffett Tract. Great community, location, and value!!
Below are all the homes currently for sale within the Moffett Tract. If you have questions regarding the Moffett Tract or would like to see inside one of the home, CONTACT US TODAY! We are local Huntington Beach realtors and would be glad to help you find the right home.
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