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Looking to live in one of California or Florida's most sought-after neighborhoods? Nook's advanced search tools let you pinpoint the places you want to be.

San Diego

The homes you'll discover on the San Diego real estate market are as varied as the communities who've called this sunny city their home and can accommodate an impressive range of lifestyles. Whether you want to live in a high-rise tower overlooking the Marina, a striking contemporary house in upscale La Jolla, or a Spanish-inspired hacienda in Rancho Santa Fe, there's much to discover in San Diego homes for sale. This is an active, engaged city with a strong allegiance to art and design, and so don't be surprised to see San Diego architecture spanning an eclectic range of styles. From Mission Hills to Carlsbad, you'll encounter homes for sale close to everything this region has to offer, including an unbeatable climate, stunning coastline, and vibrant downtown core—not to mention award-winning schools and low crime rates. San Diego is the type of place that will welcome you with open arms.
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Orange County

The varied communities of the OC are as unique as the people who live here, and Orange County homes for sale offer exciting opportunities to live in some truly prime properties. Whether you've been dreaming of an estate along the ocean, a hip high-rise loft not far from the action, or a charming Ranch home on a quiet residential street, chances are that you'll find what you're looking for here. Coastal resort destinations like Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, and Huntington Beach attract connoisseurs of sand and surf, while the historic buildings of Orange and Fullerton lend these towns both serenity and charm. From the booming tech industry in Irvine to the arts and culture of Anaheim, Orange County invites all comers, no matter their lifestyles, budgets, or tastes. What are you waiting for? Explore the County for yourself.
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Long Beach

Long Beach is one of Southern California's most vibrant beach-side cities, a hot spot for art, culture, and design that should appeal to anyone looking to lead a dynamic lifestyle in a gorgeous setting. The Long Beach real estate market reflects the diversity of people here by offering an impressive range of home styles and neighborhoods that should accommodate anyone. From Spanish Revival manors on sprawling lots to high-rise condos overlooking the Pacific, these properties put you at the heart of it all, and they do so without compromising when it comes to space and comfort.
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Los Angeles

Encompassing famed properties in locales like Hollywood, Beverley Hills, and Malibu, the Los Angeles real estate market is among the most iconic in the United States today. From the cliff-side postmodern hideaways that crest the Hollywood Hills to the sturdy Craftsman homes of Hancock Park, and from the soaring high-rises along Wilshire Boulevard to the Tudor estates of Pasadena, Los Angeles homes for sale evoke a variety of experiences and cater to a broad range of homebuyers. There's so much on offer in L.A. real estate that even the most discerning of residents will never be disappointed. Whether you're looking for the heights of luxury, a family-friendly residential property, or a truly hip pied-à-terre close to downtown, you'll find it here.
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Palm Springs

As a hot spot for mid-century modern architecture, the oasis city of Palm Springs has long been Southern California's capital of architectural innovation. Taking advantage of spectacular desert landscapes stretching to the crests of the San Jacinto Mountains, many Palm Springs homes for sale marry form and function to create dramatic tableaux that go far beyond mere "curb appeal." In neighborhoods like Twin Palms, Vista Las Palmas, and Deepwell, for instance, you'll find classic examples of mid-century modern design, with characteristic asymmetry, low-pitched roofs, and post-and-beam construction. And elsewhere in Palm Springs, you'll find art deco, contemporary, and even Ranch homes that share the same local commitment to the cutting edge. Perhaps more than anywhere else in SoCal, Palm Springs real estate has style.
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San Francisco/Bay Area

As one of the hottest real estate markets in the country, San Francisco is famous for providing unique and noteworthy homes across a range of architectural styles. From contemporary condos soaring above the Financial District to the trendy lofts that have transformed SoMa, the San Francisco homes for sale you'll find Downtown make possible a breadth of lifestyles. Across the rest of the city and the Bay Area, you're presented with a vast array of architectural choices, from Marin to the Peninsula. Pacific Heights, for instance, stuns thanks to historical, high-end properties, including Victorians, Queen Annes, and Tudor homes, while Marin County real estate in places like Sausalito and Mill Valley boasts everything from Craftsman bungalows to ultra-modern digs. If you have strong opinions about the place you wish to reside, than San Francisco and the Bay Area homes for sale are for you.
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Understanding the hot Miami real estate scene, the neighborhoods and surrounding cities, all part of Miami-Dade County is a lesson in cool. Each area has its own distinct architecture and vibe. Choose from ultra-luxury contemporary Miami Beach condominiums to mid-century modern, historic cottages in Coconut Grove. Brickell, a fast-developing urban area of greater downtown Miami delivers a walkable live/work lifestyle with contemporary high-rise condominiums.
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Palm Beach

Palm Beach and the surrounding areas offer a millionaire’s lifestyle of beautiful weather, lush tropical landscapes, pristine beaches and a unique sense of place. From 1920’s grand Mizer designed Mediterranean-style oceanfront mansions to contemporary and mid-century high-rise condominium towers with sweeping water views, 24-hour amenities, and services, Palm Beach abounds with options for living the good life. Just a short drive from the town of Palm Beach is Lake Worth and West Palm Beach. Each has its own architectural styles reflecting rich local history combined with diverse lifestyles create unique communities.
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