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Mariners Cove is townhome community in Huntington Beach, California that has great amenities, and is located close to the Downtown District. Residents love the single family feel to these units.
Mariners Cove offers two to three bedrooms homes that range from 1,220 to 1,323 square feet; there are both single and two story units. This complex of 101 homes was built in 1973 with the focus on open living areas. Every home has a spacious kitchen as well as French doors that lead to a private patio. Parking is provided for with one and two detached garages and the exterior is maintained with tropical landscaping.
This is a perfect neighborhood for small families and first time homebuyers as well as people looking to downsize. Community amenities include two swimming pools, spas, a tennis court, and a clubhouse. Residents enjoy leisurely walks through the community greenbelts that celebrate the Southern California weather.
Because Mariners Cove is centrally located, it’s close to world class dining, shopping, and the surf city nightlife. It’s also within minutes from the Huntington Beach Pier, the Golden Coast beaches, Huntington Beach State Park, and Dog Beach. The Downtown area is a haven for surfing enthusiasts and many events are held here. There are also many shopping centers like Bella Terra, 5 Points Plaza, and the Outlets at Orange.
There are several highly ranked schools that are provided by the public education system for Mariners Cove including S.A. Moffett Elementary School, Ethel Dwyer Middle School, and Edison High School. And families can choose from a variety of private schools in the Huntington Beach area including St. Bonaventure School, Hebrew Academy, Liberty Christian School, and The Pegasus School.
The Pacific Ocean is just down Newland Street to the Pacific Coast Highway. You’ll find some great swells for surfing as well as other water activities like fishing, swimming, paddle boating, and parasailing. You can even take a trip out to see the whales.
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