Located half way between Los Angeles and San Diego, this private, gate guarded, oceanfront enclave of custom homes sits in the heart of the Orange County Riviera. Neighbored by the Ritz Carlton, Laguna Niguel, the Monarch Beach Resort, and the Montage Resort & Spa, the 121-acre Strand property includes over one mile of coastal frontage, with 70 acres of parks, open space, and 3 miles of coastal trails. Create the memories of a lifetime at a place you can truly call home: The Strand at Headlands.
Come, celebrate life at the ocean’s doorstep. Nestled a mere 25 feet above the sand, The Strand at Headlands’ private Beach Club awaits you. Unwind in the luxurious 9,000 sq. ft. Beach Club, complete with a panoramic fitness center, beach lockers, swimming pool, bar and open lounge. Here, wrapped in casual elegance, you and your neighbors will enjoy the laughter of friends, the roaring surf, and the beauty of the endless horizon. Located at the water’s edge, the Beach Club is your place to create the memories of a lifetime.
Where air, earth, water and light combine in ever-changing proportions, the most important raw material is neither wood, nor stone, nor steel. It’s inspiration. Architectural inspiration is born of an internal vision that draws from the unique characteristics of the site. With it, we aspire to create a community that reflects the genius loci, or spirit of the place, that is commonly known as the Headlands.
“Architectural inspiration comes from an internal vision that draws on the unique characteristics of the site. We aspire to create a community that reflects this genius loci, or spirit of the place, commonly known as The Strand at Headlands.”
Those are the words of Sanford Edward, Managing Member of Headlands Reserve LLC, and Project Developer of The Strand at Headlands, in Dana Point, California.
With thirty years of real estate development expertise, Sanford understands how sensitive design management preserves and enhances an area. After purchasing the land in 1998 from the Chandler family, who held the property since 1920’s, Sanford set out to design a community that would transform a site that had fallen into total disrepair. The goal was to maintain the spirit of The Headlands, preserve the property’s natural environment, and create a beachfront community like no other.
By assembling the financial strength of the country’s largest pension fund, and the talents of the best land use consultants, Sanford executed his vision to create Southern California’s final oceanfront community.
“We are striving to create a community that families cherish for generations to come. That’s my commitment,”
- Sanford Edward