Homes for Sale in Seal Beach

Search all Seal Beach, California houses for sale and real estate listings. Bordered by Long Beach to the north and Huntington Beach to the south, the small city of Seal Beach is located in northwestern Orange County. Although Seal Beach is one of the area’s lesser-known beach towns, it has long been a desirable place to live, thanks to its small-town vibe, convenient location, and beautiful real estate.

Seal Beach has a population of just 23,500, with much of the city’s 11 square miles occupied by the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach and the Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge. Seal Beach’s residential areas comprise several charming neighborhoods. Register for a free account to receive alerts whenever new properties come on the market.

Seal Beach Listings

Seal Beach, CA Real Estate Market September 18, 2021
16
Listed
31
Avg. DOM
$742.75
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,242,500
Med. List Price
16 Properties
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About Seal Beach

Unlike in nearby Orange County cities like Huntington Beach and Newport Beach, the Pacific Coast Highway doesn't hug the coastline in Seal Beach. Instead, it passes through the center of town, further inland. This factor -- combined with the insulating effects of the wildlife refuge to the south and the Alamitos Bay Marina to the north -- protects Seal Beach from becoming overcrowded. Many commuters and travelers pass by without even realizing that the town exists.

West of the highway, Main Street runs through the Old Town neighborhood, eventually reaching the beach. This central business district is Seal Beach’s beating heart, and picturesque Main Street is lined with an impressive collection of unique shops and restaurants.

Locals can choose from an eclectic collection of dining options, ranging from casual eateries to more upscale bistros, and there are several cozy bars and cafes. As well as galleries and funky boutiques, Main Street is also home to services like hardware stores and banks.

Seal Beach is a tight-knit community, and locals love to come together and celebrate their city. Seal Beach is home to numerous events and festivals throughout the year, including a classic car show in April, and a summer concert series that runs in July and August, a September kite festival, and winter holiday events in November and December.

The beach here is wide and sandy, offering plenty of room to relax and enjoy the sun and surf. Although the beach is a popular spot, it seldom feels crowded, and locals take full advantage of the wonderful Southern California weather to enjoy surfing, kitesurfing, and windsurfing.

Originally built in the early 1900s, Seal Beach Pier is the second-longest wooden pier in California. The pier is a favorite place to take a relaxing break while enjoying warm ocean breezes and watching local fishermen reel in their catch. It's free to fish here, and it isn't unusual to haul in perch, halibut, and small sharks. At the pier's entrance, there's an awesome restaurant, as well as a popular playground for the kiddos.

Seal Beach is dotted with parks and green spaces, such as Electric Avenue Median Park. This lovely stretch of greenway bisects Old Town and offers a pleasant walking trail. Seal Beach is also home to important protected areas, such as Los Cerritos Wetlands and the remarkable Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge, which encompasses 965 acres of protected marshland.

Seal Beach, CA Real Estate

Always get the newest Seal Beach properties; this page is updated with Seal Beach real estate listings several times per day from for the most extensive Orange County MLS.

Each listing includes photos, the price, year built, the size of the house (square feet), the size of the lot, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and other important information. You’ll also be able to check the number of days it has been on the market (DOM), the MLS number, and the listing status (active, under contract, or pending).

Review exterior features as well as the architectural style of residences. If any appliances or other personal property are included with the sale, those will also be noted. When available, Seal Beach neighborhood details will be included along with a map, local schools, and similar homes for sale within the Seal Beach zip code.

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