About Huntington Continental

The Community

Huntington Continental is conveniently located near Southern California’s best beaches. The intersection of Adams and Brookhurst is also a hot-spot of many of life’s necessities: multiple banks, grocery stores, shopping centers, restaurants, pharmacies, gyms and many other services. Highlights include; Sprouts, Target, Kohl’s, Stater Bros., Ulta Beauty, PetSmart, Woody’s Diner, Polly’s Pies, Market Broiler, zPizza, Starbucks, Orchard Supply store and much more. As one of the best coastal communities in California, Huntington Beach and the Continentals is a great place to call home.


Located at 19801 Brookhurst Street, Huntington Continental is a community consisting of 445 townhomes in South Huntington Beach.


Residents of this community enjoy spacious and beautifully landscaped green areas, a clubhouse, two pools, two spas, a basketball court, and two playgrounds. Huntington Continental is conveniently located near Southern California’s best beaches (Huntington and Newport) which are only a short drive or bike ride away.


The Huntington Continental community is located in the Fountain Valley School District.
Please click here to be directed to the School District website or look below for a listing of the assigned schools for Huntington Continental.

Fountain Valley School District
(714) 843-3200 Phone


Osojiro Oka Elementary School
Oka Elementary School is a 2016 California Gold Ribbon School, recognized by the state of California for excellence in providing the highest quality education to their students!


Samuel E. Talbert Middle School
Talbert Middle School is a part of the distinguished Fountain Valley School District. Their high-quality instructional program is designed to meet the varied needs of the student population. Instruction is enriched through a variety of special programs and instructional strategies.


Huntington Beach High School
Huntington Beach High School (HBHS) is a California Distinguished School. Huntington Beach High School is also the home of the Academy for the Performing Arts.