For a more luxurious lifestyle, these areas provide an exclusive retreat along the coast from Long Beach down into Orange County. Oases on the oceanfront-- Naples and Huntington Harbor consist of small islands surrounding the swaying serenity of docked vessels. Further inland, Park Estates and Bixby Hill are quietly tucked away from the city bustle and hug the California State University Long Beach campus.
LePort Schools (Private K-3)- “Young, motivated, attentive teachers who truly care about my child.”
Naples Elementary School (K-5)- “Excellent school with a caring staff and different teaching styles.”
Rogers Middle School (6-8)- “Provide opportunities for creativity and self expression throughout the year.”
Wilson High School (9-12)- “Plenty of student support for both academic and personal issues.”
Long Beach Polytechnic High School (9-12)- “More professional athlete alumni than any other school.”
SHOPPING & DINING
Michael’s on Naples Ristorante- “Fine Italian cuisine and extensive wine options in a sophisticated setting.”
Chianina Steakhouse- “Sleek, upscale restaurant highlighting beef from specially raised cattle and
Cheese Addiction- “Cozy boutique for local and imported cheeses.”
Sweet Pea Florist- “Cozy floral shop specializing in seasonal flower arrangements plus wedding bouquets.”
Rancho Los Alamitos- “Late 19th Century ranch house surrounded by historic gardens.”
La Bella Fontana di Napoli- “A lovely place for a picnic.”
Overlook Park- “Beautiful views of Seal Beach as well as Los Alamitos Bay.”
Huntington Beach Pier- One of the longest piers on the West Coast.
Huntington’s harbors and peninsulas were once the site of the Estuary Wetlands
Huntington Harbor was formed in the 1960’s and cost $200 million.
Naples was built in 1903