Costa Mesa is large city in Orange County, California. Costa Mesa is 37 miles south of Los Angeles and 88 miles north of San Diego. Costa Mesa is bordered by Huntington Beach, Irvine and Newport Beach. Costa Mesa’s southern border is just one mile from the Pacific Ocean. Costa Mesa is 16 square miles in size. The city currently has approximately 110,000 residents. Costa Mesa was incorporated in 1953. What was once a semi-rural farming town is now a dynamic city with an economy based on retail, commerce and light manufacturing. In 1999, Costa Mesa adopted the city slogan “The City of the Arts.” The regional symphony orchestra, the South Coast Repertory Theater, the Orange County Performing Arts Center, Segerstrom Concert Hall and the Samueli Theater all call the city home.
Costa Mesa has gorgeous year round weather. Residents have many choices when it comes to outdoors activities. There are 28 community parks and two municipal golf courses in Costa Mesa. In addition, there are many private and public golf courses. There are miles of trails throughout Costa Mesa and into Newport Beach, which residents use for hiking, biking, walking and horseback riding. The Costa Mesa Tennis Center offers a large array tennis activities from youth and adult lessons to competitions. Fairview Park has a nature and wildlife preserve area and also hosts many summer festivals and the summer concert series.
Costa Mesa students attend schools in the blue ribbon Newport-Mesa Unified School District. There 22 elementary schools in the district. There are two stand alone middle schools, Tewinkle Middle School and Costa Mesa Middle School and one middle school/high school combination, Corona del Mar Intermediate and High School. In addition to Corona del Mar High School there are Newport Harbor High and Estanica High School. Two alternative high schools share one campus in Costa Mesa; Back Bay High School and Monte Vista High School. A third alternative high school has its own campus; Coastline Early College High School. Costa Mesa also has 23 private schools that serve 3,600 students. There are several colleges and universities that call Costa Mesa home; Orange Coast College, Coastline Community College, Vanguard University, National University and Whittier Law School.
Costa Mesa is made up of five sections: Mesa Verde, Eastside Costa Mesa, Central Costa Mesa, Southwest Costa mesa and South Coast Metro. Each section is home to a variety of residential developments. The real estate professionals of The Franco Team will help you to find your perfect fit in the Costa Mesa real estate market. There are several view neighborhoods in Costa Mesa with views of the Back Bay, bluffs and the surrounding mountains. Prices range from $250,000 to two million dollars. Each neighborhood has something special to offer with different architectural styles, home types, views and amenities.
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