Coastal Bay real estate offers a Santa Cruz county real estate search engine of all Santa Cruz MLS homes, condos, town homes, land and apartment buildings for sale plus great commercial development properties. Our Santa Cruz real estate search is easy to use and offers all properties for sale through out Santa Cruz county including areas like: Aptos, Boulder Creek, Ben Lomond, Capitola, Felton, Rio Del Mar, Scotts Valley, Soquel and Watsonville. We specialize in helping buyers locate a property in the best area that fits their life style needs and wants. Feel free to contact us so we can help you locate your dream real estate in Santa Cruz.
Santa Cruz county real estate is as diverse as the people who live here. You can locate a beachfront home with a fabulous ocean view in areas like Capitola, Aptos, La Selva Beach and of course different neighborhoods in Santa Cruz. If oceanfront property is a little out of your budget you can still find homes in all these cities within walking distance to the beach.
If you are looking for a property that has acreage you may want to look into to places like Soquel inland from Capitola. Other areas that offer land are Rio Del Mar, Corralitos and Larkin Valley by Aptos. If you are looking for communities in the mountains that have a closer commute to Silicon Valley you may want to try Ben Lomond, Boulder Creek or Scotts Valley. Scotts valley is one of the most popular cities and is growing.
We are committed to providing the best service possible to help you with one of the biggest purchases you will make in your life. We use the most current and powerful new technologies available. We can set you up to be notified as new properties become available in your new dream location.
The “Surf City” of the Golden State, is a relatively large city found in Santa Cruz County, California. Santa Cruz has a population of approximately fifty four thousand six hundred presidents, and serves as the county seat. It has been populated by Native Americans for thousands of years, and was originally settled by Europeans in the late seventeen hundreds. In addition to the original exploration and settlement by the Spanish, it was populated more heavily by Americans in the latter part of the nineteenth century. The city is noted for its eclectic mix of cultural influences as well as its magnificent redwood trees, stunningly beautiful beaches, and posh resort communities. The educational needs of the community are met by the Santa Cruz County School District, which encompasses five elementary schools, three middle schools, and five high schools, as well as the University of California, Santa Cruz, and about ten private schools. It is a bastion of natural scenic beauty, as evidenced by parks including Lighthouse Field State Beach, Twin Lakes State Beach, Seabright State Beach, Sand Hill Bluff, and Natural Bridges State Park. Other notable attractions include the Mission, Santa Cruz Mission State Historic Park, the Surfing Museum, the Museum of Natural History, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, and the University of California, Santa Cruz Arboretum.
There are a number of local level recreational facilities as well, including about two dozen neighborhood parks, and the regional parks of Harvey West Park, DeLaveaga Park, and Depot Park. Santa Cruz is well known for its activities, which include sailing, diving, surfing, paddling, swimming, snorkeling, boating, and fishing. It has fantastic weather throughout most of the year, and is home to America’s first public skate park, the Charles I D Looff Carousel, and the Giant Dipper roller coaster. The more mountainous regions found in the outskirts are great for sightseeing, hiking, rock climbing, bird watching, camping, cycling, birding, and butterfly watching. Pacific Avenue is one of the central and most historic portions, while annual activities such as the Film Festival, the Fungus Fair, the Open Studios Art Tour, Woodies to the Wharf, Wharf to Wharf Race, and the O’Neill Cold Water Classic. Historic sites include the Downtown Historic District, the Cowell Lime Works Historic District, the AJ Hinds House, and the Octagon Building.