Backing up onto the iconic Bolsa Chica Wetlands is the Bolsa Landmark community in west Huntington Beach. Built in 1974, the Bolsa Landmark community is a well-established neighborhood within Huntington Beach. These spacious homes offer up to twenty floorplans, and range between 1,626 – 4,100 square feet. Many of the houses are two stories and floorplans consist of three to six bedroom options. For more information on the Bolsa Landmark community click the link below.
Throughout the zip code of 92647, the average sale price sits at approximately $650,000, and hits over $1 million throughout all of Huntington Beach. The homes currently listed in Bolsa range between $850,000 to over $1 million, which is approximately 35-65% higher than the average home within the zip code. However, compared to all of Huntington Beach, these homes range at just about average.
The nearby park, Huntington Beach Central Park, offers a wide array of activities to enjoy. BBQ at the fire ring, and then enjoy a picnic at the picnic facilities; spend a night gazing at the stars at the campgrounds, bring kids to one of the four playgrounds or nature center; go fishing in the Huntington and Talbert Lakes, or play Frisbee golf or horseshoes. If you are a savvy equestrian, be sure to visit the Central Park Equestrian Center which houses up to 400 horses. Take a horseback ride out on the 150 acres’ worth of equestrian trails. Central Park is also extremely dog-friendly. A dog park is located in Central Park, which includes a separate section for small dogs and puppies, snacks and even a dog walk-of-fame! Plenty of dining options are available throughout the park, including Kathy May’s Lakeview Café, the dog-friendly restaurant, Park Bench Café, and HB Outdoor BBQ and Snacks.
For an easy hike and excellent views, flat walking paths line the land of Bolsa Chica. Looking to spend more time at the beach? Head down to Seacliff State Beach, where you can dine in the picnic areas, go fishing, windsurf, hike or bike. If you would prefer to play a round of golf, the Seacliff Country Club is conveniently located nearby, where the greenway lays over rolling hills. Membership includes access to the course, swimming pool, clubhouse and fine dining restaurants.
Downtown Main Street is just a five-minute drive away, where you can find several fine-dining restaurants, bars and lounges, and plenty of shopping. Pacific City is situated directly across from the Huntington Beach Pier. This shopping center offers home décor and fashion shops, as well as top quality dining. Opening soon is the artisanal market, Lot 579, where you can enjoy the top-of-the-line culinary products from California.
The assigned schools for the Bolsa Landmark neighborhood are Hope View Elementary School, Mesa View Middle School and Ocean View High School. Hope View Elementary receives a nine out of ten on the API rating scale, and students test above the California state average in English and math proficiency. Following the pattern of Hope View Elementary is the middle school, Mesa View, also having received a nine out of ten rating and high testing levels. Ocean View High School is a unique school as it is the only one within the district to have an International Baccalaureate (IB) program, and is also the sole school to offer Mandarin as a language option. Since the IB program was developed, after-class tutorials are held which led to the highest droppings of D and F grades in the district. This two-time California Distinguished School boasts an excellent athletics program, and have a winning track record in basketball. Other sports offered are football, baseball, weight training, wrestling, tennis, water polo and softball. Several after-school clubs are also available, such as art, film, robotics and Model United Nations. Receiving a seven out of ten on the API ratings scale, Ocean View students scored excellently in English, but are lower than the state average in math. 91% of seniors graduate, well above the state average, and of that number, 58% are eligible to attend schools in the CSU and UC systems.
There are plenty of outdoor activities for those living in the Bolsa Landmark neighborhood. Whether you would prefer to head over to the beach or spend the day at the park, there are several options all within walking distance. There is not a lot of nightlife or higher end restaurants nearby, but downtown Main Street is only a quick five-minute drive away, or a 30-minute walk. The public schools assigned to this neighborhood all have excellent ratings and offer an array of athletics and club activities.
The Bolsa Landmark homes are best for those looking for a lifetime home. As they are priced around and above the average throughout Huntington Beach, a higher income will be necessary to own a home in the neighborhood. The median age in the community is 44, and approximately 90% of those who live in the neighborhood are married. So if you’re looking for a quiet, family-oriented home with easy access to the outdoors, the Bolsa Landmark neighborhood might just be perfect for you!
Based on information from California Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. as of April 16th, 2021 at 5:18pm PDT. This information is for your personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties you may be interested in purchasing. Display of MLS data is usually deemed reliable but is NOT guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Buyers are responsible for verifying the accuracy of all information and should investigate the data themselves or retain appropriate professionals. Information from sources other than the Listing Agent may have been included in the MLS data. Unless otherwise specified in writing, Broker/Agent has not and will not verify any information obtained from other sources. The Broker/Agent providing the information contained herein may or may not have been the Listing and/or Selling Agent.
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