Real Estate For Sale in and near Loleta, California
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The real estate available in Loleta consists primarily of country homes and estates, many of which are farms and ranches with many engaged in the agricultural industry. They can range from old farm houses to modest single family homes, but you'll also find jaw-dropping modern estates with incredible views of the pacific ocean. We encourage you to look at historic and current real estate market conditions before making offers on any property. Our website can help you with custom market reports (and even send you updates every month if you'd like). Get started here: Loleta Real Estate Market Report, then customize the report criteria to only include information you're interested in. This report is specific to Loleta, but feel free to expand it to include other communities around Loleta. The rest of our article contains information regarding the current Loleta market conditions, and some basics about the town, its location and available amenities. Or just skip to the bottom to browse the real estate listings and properties currently available. Our property lists are ordered from newest listed to oldest.
Loleta Real Estate is Unique, Desirable and a Good Investment
Oceanfront Homes, Fine Beaches, Multiple County Parks and more: While the Town of Loleta moves at a slower pace and is generally thought of as agriculturally oriented, there is a wonderful oceanfront twist and many properties here have ocean, dunes and beach views. It's not immediately apparent but after taking a closer look, you'll realize that while you will find country living at its finest here, many of the properties large and small in Loleta have incredible ocean views and access to multiple county parks and beaches. The natural beauty of this sleepy coastal community leaves most dripping with envy or coming back to buy. Crab County Park is a smaller park with great beach and ocean access. And Table Bluff County Park is really spectacular place to explore massive beaches and the ocean and dunes. Typically these parks are not used as much as the parks up north so you'll find less people. Most of Eureka will drive north to Moonstone Beach in Trinidad, or Clam Beach in McKinleyville. Loleta is also home to the Eel River Wildlife Area where the Eel meets the Pacific.
Location and Facts about Loleta, California
Loleta is located in Humboldt County on the North Coast of California, directly off Highway 101, the coastal state highway that runs north and south for the entire length of the state. Loleta is about 5 miles north of Fortuna, and 15 miles south of Eureka, which is Humboldt's largest city and county seat. Loleta has total land area of approximately 5.25 square miles, has an elevation from sea-level to about 66' above sea level. The current population is about 13,000 residents.
Loleta is situated right on the Pacific Ocean and many properties are in very close proximity to it, enjoying multiple county parks and very wide sandy beaches with activities like horseback riding, surfing and beachcombing.
The proximity to both Fortuna and Eureka puts Loleta in a great place for its agriculture industry as Eureka offers Loleta residents lower prices and more variety in terms of shopping, agricultural supplies and fuel, while Fortuna offers residents a familiar feeling with it's country-life and small town feel, and a shorter drive. It still offers pretty good prices compared to a lot of Humboldt County and has a large variety of agriculture supplies. Fortuna also has an agricultural based economy and many residents from Loleta shop here instead of Eureka.
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We do a professional and custom market analysis of your specific Loleta property. The valuation tool offered above can only give you a ballpark figure using an algorithm. It can't (nor can any other tool) take into account that you have ocean views, a river running through your property, or if its a working agricultural farm or ranch. It can't take into consideration that your real estate is more or less valuable than the rest, because of micro-market conditions. We give you an accurate assessment of your properties value based on local knowledge and the current market. We advertise our listings in many print publications including the North Coast Real Estate Guide, where we typically take the cover 3 or 4 months out of the year. We also use local newspapers and belong to many city chambers. We have a digital marketing strategy as well. Can we talk to you about selling your property? If so please contact us, or call the Forbes & Associates - Sarah Corliss office today at 707-677-1600
Industry, Climate and other Interesting Facts about Loleta
As we mentioned, Loleta's economy, much like most of northern California in general, is largely supported by the agricultural industry though a variety of niches. Loleta's agricultural industry is mostly made up of dairy farms and is home of Queso Kings which was formerly the Loleta Cheese Factory. There are other types of small farms and cattle ranching, as well as the cannabis cultivation, also part of the greater ag-industry, and is doing its part supporting the local economy and providing jobs. It's relatively hidden compared to other Humboldt County towns where you can openly see cultivation. Due to the humidity and coastal climate in in Loleta, cultivation operations are forced to operate indoors where farms utilize large environmentally controlled glass greenhouses that the uninformed might think was growing orchids. These operations and other commercial real estate goes up for sale occasionally as well. Check cannabispropertiesforsale.com for available opportunities, as we do not handle those types of transactions.
Tourism also supports the local economy. Visitors are attracted to the natural beauty of the ocean, beaches and county parks as well as the local tribal gaming operation at Bear River Casino. So if you were hoping for a little modern excitement and nightlife, you'll be interested to know about this. As with most casinos, it also has dining and drinking options. There is also the Family Fun Center, typically not something you find in a casino. It has a bowling alley, full featured arcade with kids games and even laser tag. It's quite popular and even attracts people from Eureka. That's a pretty nice list of things to do for what some must think is just a "cow town." So Real estate here as well as ways of life are varied. Houses range from affordable to expensive. Properties can be small single family homes, new construction, old farmhouses all the way up to modern epic oceanfront estates. Quite a variance in property types. So for those buying property and settling down here, it's not all agriculture. Enjoy the list of properties for sale below.