Monarch Beach Housing Market Update - Monarch Beach Dana Point Real Estate

Posted by BanCorp Properties on Monday, July 18th, 2016 at 12:39pm.

 

The Monarch Beach community of Dana Point is home to both the Ritz Carlton Hotel and the St. Regis Resort which is world-famous resort destinations. Home to upscale communities such as; the Strand at Headlands, Monarch Bay and Ritz Cove, the Monarch Bay residential market is found behind guarded-gates. Strategically located between Downtown Dana Point and Laguna Beach, the homes for sale in Monarch Beach are bisected by Pacific Coast Highway.  You will find some condos in the Monarch Bay community in the mid $500k range, but prices for custom-built properties with ocean views can fetch well over $20mm (some of the priciest in Orange County). There is really no commerce in the Monarch Beach community besides the two hotels and a couple of restaurants and boutique shops. Monarch Beach was named after its most recognizable geographic characteristic “Monarch Bay” rightly named as its gentle rolling hills of Manzanita and Sagebrush were one breeding grounds for the Monarch Butterfly.

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Monarch Beach may be the place to buy, but it takes a Monarch Beach Real Estate Broker with insight and foresight to ensure that the interests of both buyer and seller are being met. BanCorp Properties has been serving within the Monarch Beach housing market since 1995, and our local Monarch Beach Realtors are intimately familiar with all of the local neighborhoods and subdivisions- even familiar with individual properties. If you are thinking about putting your Monarch Beach single-family residence on the market, or possibly you are ready to purchase a home in Monarch Beach, contact a local BanCorp Monarch Beach Real Estate Agent before taking the next step. We are not only experienced and trustworthy, we are also dedicated and passionate. To learn more about BanCorp Realty, please visit us online, or call us at 949-632-7006.

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