Huntington Harbour is a gorgeous coastal community located in northern Huntington Beach. The five man-made islands (Trinidad, Humboldt, Davenport, Gilbert and Admiralty) create a haven for boaters who use the waterways to cruise around and enjoy the amazing Southern California weather. In addition to the islands and mainland Huntington Harbour, there’s also a small, gated tract called Coral Cay, which is accessible from Pacific Coast Highway. It is not counted as one of the islands.
The islands are connected via Huntington Harbour waterways but are not accessible to each other completely, without “going around” Warner to Pacific Coast Highway and then Admiralty Drive. Many of the houses in Huntington Harbour have boat slips. Duffy boats are perhaps the most popular here given their ability to seamlessly cut through the water, and the visible exposure they offer. The harbor is filled with gorgeous homes with docks, and taking a cruise is a favorite way to spend a weekend afternoon. Every December, the annual boat parade called the Cruise of Lights Boat Tour takes to the waterways. The colorfully-lit boats wind around the decorated homes, and it is the most well-attended event in the community.
For busy families who are looking for local amenities and conveniences, Huntington Harbour is a great choice. A shopping center called the Huntington Harbour Mall features a Trader Joe’s grocery store, two banks, a post office, medical center, and five restaurants. Other nearby amenities include Marina Village Mall, Peter’s Landing Marina, Sunset Aquatic and Huntington Harbour launch ramps. Peter’s Landing Marina features complimentary two-hour guest slips for boaters interested in waterfront dining and shopping.
Huntington Harbour is bound by Westminster, Seal Beach and Sunset Beach, and Huntington Beach, so residents are afforded easy access to points east, and to a variety of beaches and nearby coastal cities both north and south. Families in Huntington Harbour send their children to schools in the Ocean View School District, including Harbour View Elementary School, Marine View Middle School and Marina High School.
For those who like to spend their time outdoors, Huntington Harbour won’t disappointment. In addition to the variety of area beaches and opportunities to surf, the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is nestled between downtown Huntington Beach and Huntington Harbour. The large, marshy wetland is mostly protected, and it is a popular place for bird-watchers and photographers to relax and take in the scenery.
If you’re looking for a phenomenal coastal neighborhood that is convenient and packed with charm, look no further than Huntington Harbour! Below is a little information on each of the islands that make up Huntington Harbour to give you a better feel of the area.
This Island contains about 95 custom homes with most of them on the water. Access is via PCH at Admiralty Drive, the island is not gated. The streets that make up Admiralty Island are Channel Ln, Easter Cir and Falkland Cir. See all Admiralty Island Listings here.
Although this is not an island, it is part of Huntington Harbour. Coral Cay is a gated community and contains approximately 125 homes which were built by Lusk and range from 2,467 – 3487 sq/ft. The streets that make up Coral Cay are Coral Cay Ln, Courtside Ln and Marinabay Dr. Access is via PCH at Cape Coral Ln. See all Coral Cay Listings here.
Aldersgate – Model A – 3 Bedroom / 2.5 Bath – 2467 sq/ft – 2 Car Garage
Belvedere – Model B – 4 Bedroom / 3.0 BAth – 2629 sq/ft – 3 Car Garage
Coventry – Model C – 4 Bedroom / 3.0 Bath – 3206 sq/ft – 2 Car Garage
Devonshire – Model D – 4 Bedroom / 2.5 Bath – 3258 sq/ft – 3 Car Garage
Eastcastle – Model E – 5 Bedroom / 3.0 Bath – 3487 sq/ft – 3 Car Garage
This island contains about 95 custom homes with more than half of them being on the water. It’s bound by Admiralty and the Main Channel, the island is not gated. The streets that make up Gilbert Island are Gilbert Dr, Malden Cir, Mariana Cir, Melville Cir, Peale Ln, Somerset Ln and Wellington Dr.
This is the southernmost island and contains about 237 homes with about half of them being on the water. Access is via Davenport Drive, the island is not gated. See all Davenport Island Listings here.
This island contains about 335 homes with about 2/3 of them on the water. The original builders on the island were Christiana/Lasky. Access the island by taking Saybrook to Humboldt Drive, the island is not gated. The streets that make up this island are Ardsley Cir, Barnstable Cir, Carousel Ln, Cotuit Cir, Ensign Cir, Humboldt Dr, Ladona Cir, Maruffa Cir, Mistral Dr, Niantic Cir, Tisbury Cir, Wanderer Ln and Wayfarer Ln. See all Humboldt Island Listings here.
This is considered the most luxurious of the islands and contains about 218 homes of which the majority are located on the water and have access to boat slips. The original constrcution was built by Cole Contruction. The community is not gated and is accessible by taking Edinger Ave. The streets that make up Trinidatd Island are Aquarius Dr, Content Cir, Escapade Cir, Nimble Cir, Pirate Cir, Quickstep Cir, Ragtime Cir, Rascal Ln, Rebel Cir, Running Tide Cr., Sagamore Dr, Seascape Dr, Spartan Cir, Sundancer Ln, Trinidad Ln, Typhoon Ln, Venture Dr, Walrus Ln and Wildfire Cir. See all Trinidad Island Listings here.