The gem of California’s “Gold Coast.” Emerald Bay, also known by the locals as “E-Bay,” offers premier real estate addresses showcased on a monolithic rock formation.
Emerald Bay is a classic Laguna Beach community with homes dating back to the 1920s. The character and esteem of this Laguna Beach real estate is unparalleled. Grand estates load the tree-lined streets with ocean views and perfectly manicured landscaping. The wide private beach is jeweled with multi-million dollar homes encrusting the bay. Located just south of Irvine Cove in Laguna Beach, Emerald Bay embodies a Mediterranean and Riviera feel.
Pacific Coast Highway cuts through the community creating two separate segments. The beachfront community is west of Pacific Coast Highway and the hillside community is on the east side of Pacific Coast Highway. The hillside residents may access the Emerald Bay beach via a private tunnel. Residents put golf carts to good use as a common method of transportation within the Emerald Bay community.
Emerald Bay homes for sale offer rugged cliffs juxtaposed against soft natural beaches, calm whitewater waves, and breathtaking sunsets. Even dolphins have figured out that this is the best address, as you will often see them playing and jumping around the bay. The Emerald Bay community features a private beach, 24-hour guard gated entrance, beach volleyball nets, tennis courts, a pool, and community clubhouse. Crystal Cove State Park is close by for pristine hiking and tide pools, and to the south the Laguna Beach Village welcomes you to explore the art and lifestyle of this quirky and elegant part of California.
Varied – many homes have been remodeled or rebuilt.
Private close-knit community with extensive amenities.
Most homes have an ocean view.
Walking distance to Emerald Bay’s private beach.
Homes Currently Listed in Emerald Bay
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