Heritage at Edwards Hill
Another small community within Edwards Hill is Heritage. Built in the early 1990’s by Southwestern Diversified, Heritage is comprised of 30 homes that range between 3,243 – 4,484 square feet.
Country View Estates at Edwards Hill
The 36 homes located in the Country View Estates are situated by the Seacliff Elementary School, generating a lovely environment for young families. Most homes were built by the late 1990’s, making Country View Estates one of the most established neighborhoods in Edwards Hill. These floor plans range from 2,409 – 3,968 square feet.
The Hamptons (1&2) at Edwards Hill
Wind through the beautifully kempt streets of the Hamptons and you may spot several neighbors on horseback riding through the many horse trails that meander throughout neighborhood. Structured by New Urban West in the early 2000’s, the 122 homes of the Hamptons are split between two subdivisions and range between 2,650 and 4,003 square feet.
Central Park Estates at Edwards Hill
The 57 homes in Central Park Estates border on the Huntington Beach Central Park, an expansive park full of winding horse trails, wildflowers, and two picturesque lakes. Four subdivisions make up the Central Park Estates, the oldest community in the Edwards Hill neighborhood. Floor plans range from 2,754 – 4,315 square feet, and most are custom built.
Edwards Hill Home Prices
The homes currently for sale in Edwards Hill start just above $1,700,000. In the zip code of 92648, the average house price is $1,068,854, making Edward Hills approximately 59% higher than most houses in Huntington Beach. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, Edwards Hill is largely sought after for high-end housing in a lovely neighborhood adjacent to the ocean.
Living in the Edwards Hill Neighborhood
With Huntington Beach Central Park to the north, Seacliff Country Club to the south, and Seacliff State Beach to the West, the Edwards Hill Neighborhood is a prime location for outdoor activities of all types. Huntington Beach Central Park has much to offer including a fire ring, picnic facility, campgrounds, four playgrounds, nature center, fishing, Frisbee golf, horseshoes, Huntington Lake and Talbert Lake. Also known for its equestrian trails, the Central Park Equestrian Center houses up to 400 horses and is made up of 150 acres of trails. Looking to take your dog to the park? A dog park is located in Central Park as well with special sections for small dogs and puppies, as well as snacks, seating and a dog walk of fame! Three restaurants are located throughout the park: Kathy May’s Lakeview Café, Park Bench Café (a dog-friendly restaurant), and HB Outdoor BBQ and Snacks. Looking to have a day at the beach? Head down to Seacliff State Beach, where you can dine in the picnic areas, go fishing, windsurf, hike or bike. Edwards Hill is also located nearby to excellent schools: Huntington Seacliff Elementary School, Ethel Dwyer Middle School, and Huntington Beach High School.
Pros and Cons of Living in Edwards Hill
Edwards Hill Homes are excellent for families of all sizes. Beautifully located and surrounded by ocean, the Seacliff Country Club and Huntington Beach Central Park, there are plenty of outdoor activities to keep everyone entertained. Avid golfers will also find Edwards Hill to be a preferable location given the Seacliff Country Club golf course is less than a 30 second car (or cart) ride away. A few small restaurants are located nearby, with easy access to those located in Huntington Beach Central Park. However, there is very little nightlife. Edwards Hill is approximately 4 miles from Main Street in Downtown Huntington Beach, requiring a car trip of about 15 minutes to get to restaurants, clubs and bars that will be open a bit later into the night. Additionally, Edwards Hill does not have easy access to any large-scale thoroughfares. Being so close to the coast, it’s primary highway is the Pacific Coast Highway – which may not be preferred by those with lengthy commutes.
Who is Edwards Hill Homes real estate best for?
Younger people looking to purchase a home may find living in Edwards Hills to be somewhat underwhelming, as there is no nightlife and the estates are primarily made up of families — the median age being 51. Families of all sizes can thrive throughout the different communities in Edwards Hill. The wonderful aspect of the neighborhood is the diverse subdivisions, each one uniquely fitted to the buyers’ needs and wants. The starting price point of these houses are higher than average throughout Huntington Beach, so a higher income would be a necessity to purchase or rent any house.
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