If you are in the Costa Mesa community, looking at Costa Mesa properties, and then have some extra time left over at the end of the day, you will find that there are all kinds of fun things to do and see in Orange County throughout the year. The Costa Mesa homes for sale are close to some of the best state beaches in the State of California, including Doheny, Crystal Cove and Corona Del Mar. There are concerts and events going on year-round at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine and at the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park you will find a 7,000 acre park with many trails for biking, hiking and horseback riding plus a nature center. Bommer Canyon is a large natural area featuring many paths for hiking and biking, plus a historic former cattle camp, and Coastal Peak Park has ball fields with bleachers, a playground and other amenities offered at the park with panoramic views. Start (and end) your search for Costa Mesa real estate at Southern California’s favorite place to search for Costa Mesa properties – BanCorpRealty.com. We make the search for Costa Mesa homes for sale easier and faster™ (and smarter) than ever before.
The Costa Mesa residential market is approximately 45 minutes south of Buena Park where you will find Knott’s Berry Farm (and Soak City), Bodies, The Exhibition, Clark Interpretive Center and Paleontology Museum, Pirate’s Dinner Adventure, Nutrilite Health Institute Tours, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, Ralph B. Clark Regional Park, and Titanic, the Artifact Exhibition. The Costa Mesa homes for sale are found just north of the Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach, and the museum's collection comprises more than 3,000 objects, with a concentration on the art of California from the early 20th century to present. If you take Pacific Coast Highway south, away from the Costa Mesa real estate market you will find the eclectic city of Laguna Beach along with its iconic art scene and annual Pageant of the Masters and Sawdust Art Festivals. The Costa Mesa properties are south of Huntington Beach, where the city leaders have self-christened itself “Surf-City USA”. In the city you will also find the International Surfing Museum is a non-profit, 501 museum, and its goal is to preserve the history of the surfing culture throughout the globe, as well as the U.S. Open of Surfing, which is a week-long surfing competition held annually during the summer.