Location: Carmel, CA
Located along the central coast of California, Carmel is the ultimate location to experience ideal rustic quaintness, clean air, sweeping Pacific views, and iconic properties, while enjoying the slow pace of a walking community.
The city of Carmel-by-the-Sea is a one square mile village surrounded by the unincorporated areas of Carmel. Homes in Carmel-by-the-Sea are distinguished by name placards rather than traditional street addresses. Hence, you can choose a name for your home that best suits you and your home's character. Here are some examples of named homes in Carmel-by-the-Sea: The Rose Cottage, Beachwood, Carmelized, and Dreamcatcher.
Carmel-by-the-Sea is a walking community with locally owned businesses that include clohting boutiques, art galleries, small cafes and gourmet restaurants. Most businesses in the village and surrounding areas are dog friendly.
Local law preserves Carmel's rustic quaintness by prohibiting stop lights, neon signs, short term rentals, residential sidewalks and street lights. Yes, you can see the stars, smell the clean air and hear the ocean. Because of its charm and beauty, which is preserved by all, Carmel is a great place to call home.
To the North, South and East of Carmel-by-the-Sea are the unincorporated areas of Carmel. Each of the Carmel neighborhoods listed below invites a closer look into the exceptional value of its homes and the quality of life it provides its residents.
- The Point, located to the south of CBTS, is named due to being surrounded by water on three sides. Homes range from the most expensive Scenic Drive with great ocean views, to much more affordable in the interior section. The lots are larger than the traditional Carmel-by-the-Sea lots and still offer a quick walk to the ocean.
- Mission Fields and The Meadows, which are further to the south.
- Hatton Fields, Carmel Hills and The High Meadows, which are to the east.
- The Woods and Jacks Peak in the North
- Carmel, CA, USA