FLAGG COASTAL HOMES is a Design/Build Contractor based in Coronado CA. This homebuilding company was created to supplement the real estate development and brokerage activities of Flagship Properties, a 36-year old California real estate company that has developed, marketed and sold office, industrial and residential projects throughout Southern California. As a licensed contractor, (Cal. License # 898050), FLAGG provides turn-key construction and design services with a particular emphasis on Coronado oceanfront and bayfront properties.
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441 Ocean, “The Beach House” is a five bedroom, six bath, ocean front home consisting of 3900 square feet with a separate two car garage. The home is situated on Ocean Blvd and features 90 feet of oceanfront. Flagg Coastal Homes designed and built this home for an Arizona based community developer. The home also features a rooftop deck with expansive views of the Pacific Ocean, ranging from Rosarito Beach, Mexico to Point Loma. The interiors of this coastal home incorporate extensive beadboard trim, crown molding, and driftwood...read more
1140 Coronado Avenue SeaStar was purposely designed and built by the owners of Flagship Properties for their own home. The original single-story ranch house located on the site enjoyed some zoning advantages that the OBrien’s were able to capitalize upon. The original single-story house was therefore lifted in the air, and a new first story was constructed underneath. The finished house consists of 6-bedrooms and 5-baths. It features a reverse floor plan (kitchen/family/dining upstairs) with spectacular Pacific Ocean Views. It is the 3rd of...read more
The British family of Arthur and Blanche Simpson built the Historic Hawaiian House in 1901, using architect William Sterling Hebbard. The beaches of the bay and the Spanish Bight originally surrounded this house along with two smaller plantation style buildings. Hawaiian Plantation architecture evolved from housing needed for the laborers of Hawaii’s thriving sugar industry that started in 1893. The architectural profile features a hip roof with vertical board and batten redwood siding, and two large lanais. Giant Australian tree ferns...read more