The homes in Cape Ann are newer and offer that Cape Cod feeling in the master planned Seagate.
HB is pricey as we know but this option helps lower income people (or even normal income) buy a property.
Enjoy living near the beach, downtown HB, the pier and more.
These units are worth seeing as they are spacious and comfortable.
Cape Ann was built in 1999 and offers 146 townhomes with floor plans ranging from –
3 bedroom / 2.5 bath with approximately 1,306 sq/ft of living space
4 bedroom / 2.5 bath with 1,789 sq/ft of living space
The Cape Ann homes offer attached as well as detached homes and do vary from 2 to 3 story floorplans, but with interior laundry, private enclosed patios and attached 2 car garages.
As we know HB is very expensive to buy a house or condo in.
Cape Ann is part of the Huntington Beach Affordable Housing Program that offers low and median income families access to decent housing.
Cape Ann is designated for moderate income families with limits.
Income limits to purchase by household size: 1=$73,250; 2=$83,700; 3=94,200; 4=$104,650; 5=113,000.
Along with the income restrictions, Huntington Beach also has restrictions on how much you can sell your unit for when and if you do decide to sell.
The other end of the spectrum is to consider buying a condo on PCH in HB, in a beautiful condo community.
The Cape Ann community offers a pool and spa for its residents.
Cape Ann also has easy access to Peter Green offers playgrounds, a picnic area, Tennis, Basketball, and Volleyball Courts.
There are 2 associations that homeowners are required to pay.
Includes payments to Seagate HOA in the amount of about $32/month and the other is to Cape Ann HOA for nearly $120/month.