The community of Irish Beach is located about 35 minutes North of Gualala sitting above Manchester State Beach. The subdivision is comprised of about 450 home sites with its own water company & on site septic systems. An architectural committee reviews home designs with a variety of home styles approved.
Residents enjoy one of the finest, longest and most uncrowded beaches in Northern California! The Irish Beach Improvement Club, a voluntary homeowners association, maintains picnic grounds and the gated private access road to the beach from the subdivision.
In addition to the beach (it's possible to walk for six uninterrupted miles during the summer) and a fishing pond, there are miles of quiet roads and paths for walking.
Homes and lots in Irish Beach are positioned on ocean bluffs overlooking a magnificent shoreline. South coastline views can include the Point Arena Lighthouse, the beach and rugged coastline below. Hillside properties feature vista views of coastal mountains with pine and fir forests as backdrops.