Corona del Mar South Market Stats
|Average Home Price||$6M|
|Lowest Priced Home||$4.6K|
|Highest Listing Price||$26.2M|
|Total Property Listings||56|
|Avg. Days On Market||89|
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Corona del Mar South of Pacific Coast Highway Real Estate Information
The Corona del Mar South real estate market is made up almost exclusively of exclusive luxury estates, custom homes with a few attached townhomes available. The most exclusive properties are the ones located along Ocean Boulevard that feature incredible views overlooking the coastal beaches or rugged coastline. Many of these properties even feature access to their very own private beach.
It’s hard to nail down an architectural style distinct to this part of the neighborhood. The vast majority of homes are custom built to the specifications of the original owners. As a result, each home that comes on the market will undoubtedly have its own story to tell. Whatever the style, there is normally an effort to make the most of the outstanding Southern California climate by bringing together interior and exterior elements. Ocean-facing sides of the homes tend to feature large, floor-to-ceiling windows to allow in a maximum amount of light, not to mention incredible views.
Interior and exterior spaces are also built for entertaining. Patios will often have large sliding glass openings or doorways that allow living rooms to effortlessly flow to well-staged outdoor spaces.
Corona del Mar South Community Highlights
When it comes to top amenities in the Corona del Mar South neighborhood, the beach is without a doubt the star of the show. At its center, the Corona del Mar State Beach is supremely popular with locals and tourists alike. The community also features several smaller beaches to the north and south, such as Little Corona del Mar Beach and China Beach. The areas in between are typically rugged stretches of coastline, but they do uncover fascinating tidepools overflowing with marine life at the right time of the day.
Away from the beach, numerous restaurants and other popular businesses line the Pacific Coast Highway. Further afield is the huge and eclectic shopping of Fashion Island. The outdoor shopping center boasts hundreds of retailers that are sure to appeal to any taste.
The popular neighborhood also features enviable access to a number of community parks and nature preserves. To the south, residents can gain access to the Buck Gully Reserve trailhead. There’s also a greenbelt that stretches along several blocks of Bayside Drive, an ideal location for a casual stroll or run.
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