The community of Harbor Heights in Dana Point, California, is considered a very family friendly place to live. It has superior schools, stunning views, and is in close proximity to many merchants.
This quiet neighborhood is in the Dana Hills area, and its homes were built in the mid 1980s. This subdivision was built by Wm Lyon, and has 180 detached single family homes. There are several floor plans and the smallest, the Fairhaven, has three bedrooms, two baths, and a one-car garage. The largest, the Bridgeport, has three bedrooms, three baths, and a two-car garage. Living space ranges between 1,516 to 2,519 square feet. The streets that make up this community include Danaspruce, Danafir, Danairch, Danawoods, Danalaurel, and Danapine.
Harbor Heights students attend facilities that are offered by the Capistrano Unified School District. Schools here include Del Obispo Elementary School and Marco Forster Middle School. Dana Hills High School is also top notch and opened in 1972, making it one of the oldest high schools in the region. Its cross country team has won several state titles. There are also several private schools in this city, such as Broderick Montessori School, South Shores Christian Preschool and Kindergarten, and Capo Beach Christian School.
Harbor Heights residents enjoy a community pool, playground, and three acre park. Within minutes are the beaches, shops, restaurants, and theaters. And there are many golf courses and tennis courts in this region. This is the home of the renowned Ritz Carlton and St. Regis Hotel.
Dana Point is a popular surfing city. Houses were built here starting in the early 1900s, and there is now an array of condos, townhomes, detached houses, and move-up estates. The harbor has over 2,000 yachts and boats. Dana Point holds several events, including the Festival of Whales that began in 1972, and the Tall Ships Festival, which is one of the largest events on the West Coast.
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