San Clemente covers 18.45 square miles which includes 4.7 miles of coastline. The beautiful beaches with a strong surf has been a long time draw to the area. People of all ages paddle out to catch a wave. The surfing legacy is strong in San Clemente being home to Surfing Magazine, The Surfer's Journal, and Longboard Magazine.
San Clemente architecture is rooted in a Mediterranean style with light colored walls and dark wood beams and doors. The shops and restaurants follow suit. Of course you can find modern homes and a splash of cape cod style homes. The newer neighborhoods such as the Riviera are more likely to include varieties. San Clemente has 10 neighborhoods (can you believe Huntington Beach has over 250 neighborhoods). Central San Clemente. Forster Ranch. Marblehead Coastal. Marblehead. Southwest San Clemente. Talega. Southeast San Clemente. North San Clemente. Rancho San Clemente. Coast District.
Rarely on the market! Beautifully upgraded one bedroom unit located in Southwest San Clemente in the Vista Oceana building. Prime bottom floor location with lots of natur...
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