If you are potential home owner and are expressing an interest in the Seacliff estates residential market for the first time, or perhaps are new to the Huntington Beach community altogether, here is some additional information that should prove useful. The Seacliff community is close to the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve which is a remarkable destination for birdwatchers and anyone who loves the outdoors, and the Huntington Beach Wetlands consists of 118 acres of restored wetlands habitat along the southern coastline of Huntington Beach. The Seacliff properties are close to the 8.5-mile long Ocean Strand, which is a paved path that runs along the Huntington Beach coastline, as well as the 18-acre Shipley Nature Center, which lets you escape into a protected corner of natural Southern California.
The Seacliff homes for sale are not far from the Huntington Beach Art Center (HBAC), which is a community arts and cultural center serving Huntington Beach and the Southern California region. The Center presents the works of artists producing in all media. The Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum houses collections of surfing memorabilia and culture including some of surfing history's most significant artifacts such as a Duke Kahanamoku surfboard. The Seacliff real estate market benefits from being in close proximity to the Huntington Beach Playhouse, which is a community theater group that stages a number of performances each year on its main stage. The Main Street Library is conveniently located in Downtown Huntington Beach and offers free wi-fi access to the public, and the Golden West College's Fine and Performing Arts Department presents exceptional plays, concerts, and exhibits throughout the year.