1245 Gaviota #A

Presenting Cottages at Gaviota. This is part of four unit residential luxury living. Completely remodeled with wood floor though, bright and open cottage inspired design and furnishings. One bedroom and one bath opens to a private porch. Located within steps to the beach and shopping and restaurants.

Introducing 1715 Ocean Way

Welcome to 1715 Ocean Way!!! Wow!! One of a Kind Oceanfront residences. Indoor /outdoor living with panoramic ocean views from every room. Hard to describe the sounds of crashing waves and magnificent, endless, forever ocean views from floor to ceiling seamless windows. This residence offers every amenity for beach side living. Three master bedrooms with en-suite. Gourmet kitchen with top of the line stainless steel appliances. State of the art sound systems and flat screen TVs. Garaged parking for 2 cars. Located in the village with walking distance to dining and galleries.

Santa Ana Floral Park Tudor

This 1927 home on Greenleaf Street has plenty of historical appeal, including wood floors, arched passageways, a living room fireplace, and recessed shelves in the entryway and kitchen. There are three bedrooms and one bath in the 1,505-square-foot, two-story home, and a garage that accommodates two cars. Francoise Pichon, 562-244-1744

Santa Ana Gated South Coast Shores

Foliage frames this 2,000-square-foot, two-story home on West West Wind. The 1974 property has an outdoor fire pit and bar, a garage that holds two cars, and views of the community lake. Inside are three bedrooms, two baths, and a kitchen with a double oven. Katherine Marquez, 714-227-9887

Santa Ana French Court Victorian

Sitting at 16th and Spurgeon streets, this 3,500-square-foot home has turn-of-the-century charm alongside modern updates, such as a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances. The 1898 house has eight bedrooms and five baths in two levels, as well as a two-car garage. Alysha Ommen, 760-696-1752

Santa Ana: Where History & Artistory Intersect

Properties in this city of more than 329,000 run the gamut from historical registry homes to vintage Craftsmen to midcentury moderns and beyond. This 1958 residence with overhanging eaves, horizontal lines, and rows of small windows, is characteristic of prairie-style homes. The two-story house in the West Floral Park neighborhood has five bedrooms, two full baths and four others, and a six-burner Viking cooktop on the kitchen island.

Pier Nostalgia

We’re always prowling for art by locals that speaks to something elemental about Orange County. So we were thrilled when long-time friend Lynne Cox, the cold-water marathon swimmer who trains off Seal Beach, mentioned during lunch on Sept. 16 that a local postal worker/artist was building some wonderful coffee tables, benches, and other furniture out of timber salvaged from the Seal Beach Pier. The artist is Gino Dominic Nardo, and you can at least see some of his creations (now, alas, mostly sold) at artbygino.com.