For The First Time, Huntington Harbour Village Offers Individual Lots For Sale to Those Over 55

Huntington Beach, CA - Seconds away from Huntington Harbour, the Pacific Ocean and the Bolsa Chica Wetlands, the newly renovated 15 acre Huntington Harbour Village, a fifty-five plus coastal community of over 130 manufactured homes, has just released lots for sale.   For the first time, the manufactured home lots are for sale to individual buyers.  With large lot sizes and prices under $299,000 per lot, this unique community is a real estate gem for those who want to want to enjoy the benefits of the Surf City lifestyle without the large price tag.

Tucked in between multi-million dollar homes, Huntington Harbour Village was bought by Burnham USA in 2006, which has spent over 2 years renovating the community, adding high end amenities and creating an opportunity for the land to be subdivided into individual fee lots. Original residents were able to take advantage of the initial offering, and now the company is releasing a limited number of these lots to the public. The lots just released have a retail value of $275,000 - $299,000 and range in lot sizes from 2,800 – 4,400 square feet; a typical lot is approximately 3,600 square feet.

In addition to offering a community of new, spacious manufactured housing, the neighborhood now boasts top quality services and amenities, including:
·         New streets
·         Completely remodeled clubhouse
·         Renovated landscape plan, including a community garden
·         BBQ Pavilion
·         Putting green
·         Fitness room
·         Pool, Jacuzzi and Sauna
·         Card and Billiard room
·         RV Storage
·         Fire pit, and much, much more
·         With the goal of creating a solid community of families and friends, Huntington Harbour Village also offers events and social clubs

 “We are committed to bringing a unique opportunity to the residents of Huntington Harbour Village and the marketplace,” says Burnham USA President, Therese Hotvedt.  “This is a special community and a rare opportunity to be able to purchase an affordable piece of land in one of the most desired areas in Southern California.”

Since the late 1880’s, the 15 plus acres known as Huntington Harbour Village was owned by the Phelps family. The property had originally been part of a duck hunting club known as the Algonquin Duck Hunting Club.   It became a community for those over 55 years of age, known as Huntington Harbour Village, in 1972. Burnham USA, a local real estate developer bought the property in 2006 and for the first time, offered the individual lots for sale in 2012.
Huntington Harbour Village is located at 16400 Saybrook Lane, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 and can be contacted by calling 714.982.6400.

Located in Newport Beach, CA, Burnham USA Equities, Inc., together with its related entities and affiliates has become recognized as a strong force in the West Coast commercial real estate market.  Over the past 30+ years, Burnham USA has developed or acquired millions of square feet of commercial real estate including professional office, medical, retail and industrial buildings throughout the United States. Today, the company’s portfolio consists of professional office buildings and shopping centers.

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Natalie Umbert + Romantic Homes Photo Shoot

Romantic Homes magazine was looking for houses for their COLOR issue. Natalie Umbert's home was so perfect for the story we had to pitch it! Editorial Director Jacqueline deMontravel, who had the one the cutest pair of shoes that I have seen lately, did an amazing job. I can't wait to see her home in print! Look for it on news stands in March.
Enjoy the snapshots I took of Natalie's place and the very grainy (Sorry!) photo of the two New Yorkers -Jacqueline and Natalie.