Welcome to the real estate information page for new homes in Huntington Beach, California. Huntington Beach is located along the coastline of Northern Orange County. It is bordered by Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Westminster, and Sunset Beach.
When looking for a new home in Huntington Beach, your choices will be somewhat limited. Huntington Beach, Surf City, is a mature city and finding available land is difficult. Many of the new homes being built in the city are tear-downs with new, larger one’s being built in their place. This is a common practice in downtown Huntington Beach. Investors will take a smaller cottage home close to the beach, tear it down, and construct one or two new homes on the same lot.
Buying a new home has its advantages. Generally, you are going to get a more modern look and feel to the home. It may be more in line with what you prefer in terms of layout and design. Depending on when you preview the home, you may be able to pick some of the décor: Flooring, paint color, appliances, etc…
By getting into a new home in Huntington Beach, you will be buying a new “lifestyle”. Huntington Beach offers a great way of life for the outdoor enthusiast. At any given time, you will find hundreds of Surf City residents surfing, running, bike riding, or just outside enjoying the Mediterranean climate.
Below are new homes currently for sale in Huntington Beach. Homes built in 2010 or later will be included on the list. If you have any questions regarding any of the homes below or would like to see inside, CONTACT US TODAY! We are local Huntington Beach realtors and would be glad to help you find the right home.
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