Laguna Beach is an ocean side city in Orange County, California. This is the second oldest city in Orange County, being incorporated in 1927. The city has a population of approximately 23,000 residents. Laguna Beach is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, the San Joaquin Hills, Newport Beach and Dana Point. Laguna Beach is best known for its commitment to preserving their arts culture, by hosting three large art festivals each year, weekly gallery walks and having over 180 artists in residence. In addition, Laguna Beach is home to pristine sandy beaches, canyons and coastal hills and bluffs.
Laguna Beach is home to some of the most sought after real estate in Southern California. There is a wide variety of property choices from condos to townhomes, villas, single family homes, historic beach cottages and custom built ocean front estates. Laguna Beach is divided into five distinctive sections: Laguna Canyon, Laguna Village, North Laguna, South Laguna and Laguna Beach front. The views from Laguna Beach properties include the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island, the coastline, canyons, surrounding mountains, Palos Verdes, city night lights and picture perfect sunsets. There are both guard gated and non guard gated developments to choose from. Home prices in Laguna Beach range from $350,000 to 35 million dollars.
Laguna Beach students attend the award winning schools of the Laguna Beach Unified School District. The school district has two elementary schools; Top Of The World Elementary and El Morro Elementary School, one middle school; Thurston Middle School and Laguna Beach High School. Thurston Middle School has been named a “Model Campus” among all California state schools. Laguna Beach High School has the lowest enrollment in Orange County. There are several private schools throughout the city, as well, including Anneliese Schools, Grace Classical Academy, St. Anne School, St. Catherine of Siena Parish, and Montessori School of Laguna Beach.
Laguna Beach has a Mediterranean like climate, giving it beautiful year round weather. There are seven miles of beaches along the Laguna Beach coastline divided into three sections; Central, Northern and Southern. Beaches have sand volleyball courts, tide pool exploration, swimming, surfing and body surfing. There are tennis courts, soccer fields and parks throughout the city.
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