Seal Beach is an Orange County city. This mid-sized city has a population of 25,000 residents. Seal Beach is in the western most corner of Orange County, bordering Long Beach in Los Angeles County. The city is also bordered by Huntington Beach and Huntington Harbour on the southwest, Westminster and Garden Grove on the east and Los Alamitos on the north. In 1915, the city chose its name and became incorporated. Locally the city is known as the “Friendly City.” Seal Beach is just 29 miles from Los Angeles and 102 miles from San Diego.
Seal Beach is home to wide variety of real estate choices such as condos, townhomes, senior communities, duplexes, beach cottages, starter homes, single family homes and custom built beach front estates. Seal Beach is divided into three sections; Leisure World Senior Community, the 5,200 acre Seal Beach Naval Station and the rest of city. In addition, the city is home to a 920 acre National Wildlife Refuge. Home prices range from $175,000 to five million dollars. Home prices are dependent on location, home size, property size, views and neighborhood amenities. Seal Beach properties have views of the Pacific Ocean, white water, the coastline, Seal Beach Pier, Catalina Island and picture perfect sunsets. There are both guard gated and non gated developments to choose from.
Students living in Seal Beach attend schools in the award winning school district of Los Alamitos School District. There are five elementary schools which include; McGaugh Elementary School, Hopkinson Elementary School, Rossmoor Elementary, Lee Elementary and Weaver Elementary School. The two middle schools are Oak Middle School and McAuliffe Middle School. Seal Beach students attend Los Alamitos. There are 24 private schools scattered throughout Seal Beach including Liberty Christian, LePort School, Huntington Christian School and Grace Lutheran School.
Seal Beach has a Mediterranean like climate, giving it beautiful year round weather. There are outdoor activities throughout the city to take advantage of, such as an aquatics center, tennis courts, soccer fields and year round classes offered at local parks. Seal Beach has the second longest wooden pier in the state of California. The pier is terrific for people watching and sea life watching.
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