Now on the Market: The Best Of Dana Point

The small coastal enclave hosts this month’s Festival of Whales.

Dana Strands Beach
39 Strand Beach Drive
$27.9 million
9,300 square feet

⇒The luxury of plenty of space defines this 2017 newcomer, with the master suite occupying an entire level of the three-story residence. The home has five additional bedroom suites, three more baths, and a beachfront terrace with a pool and spa. Robert Giem, 949-933-7046

Capistrano Beach
35301 Beach Road
$5.995 million
3,953 square feet

⇒The on-the-sand locale is one of the most prominent features of this contemporary residence, but the architectural ceilings and fireplace command attention, too. The home has a rooftop deck, three bedrooms, five baths, and an eat-in kitchen with ocean views. Ken Ross, 949-636-9899

Lantern District
24641 El Camino Capistrano
$3.395 million
3,765 square feet

⇒This 1954 four-bedroom, five-bath residence was remodeled in 2005 to include a 2,800-bottle wine room. The contemporary home sits on more than 10,000 square feet of land, within walking distance of Dana Point Harbor, restaurants, and more. Bob Wolff, 949-248-1888


Wisdom from Dana Point’s mayor…
Debra Lewis became mayor her first year on the city council in 2016.

An alluring place to live
I love getting up in the morning and seeing the ocean—you can’t help but wake up in a good mood. My husband, Steve, and I often walk down to the beach or to Town Center for dinner with friends. We get in our 10,000 steps a day that way.

Call to serve
We came here to retire, buy our last house, and live out our years in a friendly beach town. I decided to go into city government when I saw that sense of community being threatened by development that was out of character with our neighborhoods.

Celebrating the ocean
Our waters are home to a diverse marine ecosystem, which we celebrate every March with the Festival of Whales, featuring a parade, live concerts, a sand‑sculpting competition, and more.

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