If you are a potential home owner and are considering the Beachwalk residential market for the first-time, or perhaps you are new to the Beachwalk community of Huntington Beach altogether, here is some additional information that should prove useful. Huntington Beach has great beaches, and an awesome boardwalk, but it is also a city with a longstanding commitment to the environment, and the restored Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve and Huntington Beach Wetlands are some of the most vital areas in Southern California. The Beachwalk real estate market is close to the Huntington Harbor where you can bicycle for miles along the coast, go horseback riding, or even try yoga on a paddle board. The International Surfing Museum in Downtown Huntington Beach is dedicated to preserving the past, participating in the present, and influencing the future of all aspects of surfing culture worldwide.
The Beachwalk properties are found in a racially diverse city with languages spoke from around the world. The Beachwalk homes for sale are served by the Huntington Beach Union High School District, and law enforcement is provided by the Huntington Beach Police Department. Huntington Beach has a very large Central Park, located between Gothard and Edwards Streets, where you will find the Huntington Beach Public Library and the Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center, which is a top class boarding facility that also offers horse rentals to the public. The Beachwalk real estate market is not far from the Bolsa Chica State Beach which is operated by the State of California, Department of Parks and Recreation. With our customized Beachwalk Huntington Beach property search you are able to view the full and complete inventory of Beachwalk Huntington Beach homes for sale, and the information is being continuously updated by local Beachwalk Huntington Beach Real Estate Agents, so you can trust the information as reliable and accurate.