Newport Coast

Newport Coast is an affluent, master-planned community located just south of the main body of the city of Newport Beach. This master-planned community was developed by the Irvine Company. Along with the rest of coastal southern California, Newport Coast offers a pleasurable Mediterranean climate with mild winters and summers.

Why It’s Appealing:
Known as the “Pacific Riviera,” the 7,700 acre Newport Coast community is a prestigious, world-class community encompassing the South Orange County Coast between Corona del Mar and Laguna Beach. Blending the principles of protecting and conserving natural beauty with contemporary architecture defines the scenic area of Newport Coast.
Newport Coast features panoramic neighborhoods from the coastal canyons to the Pacific Ocean. Newport Coast offers everything from small, studio apartments to ocean-view mansions occupied by well-known celebrities. Bountiful preserved open spaces, breathtaking landscapes, multiple nature trails and coastal grandeur establish the character of this city. Developed in the 1980’s, the Newport Coast area now encompasses about 9,432 acres, of which 75% of the land is dedicated to open spaces or golf courses. Among the newest urban developments in the city, you’ll find the ultra-luxurious The Resort at Pelican Hill perched above 500 acres on the Newport Coast, a shopping plaza with an ocean view, an array of world-class restaurants, and championship golf course – ranked No. 1 Golf Resort in the World by Condé Nast Traveler – with views of the Pacific from nearly every one of the 36 holes. Crystal Cove neighborhood restaurants include Pelican Grill, Andrea Ristorante, Maestro’s Ocean Club, and The Beachcomber at Crystal Cove, to name a few. Pelican Hill is the crown jewel of Newport Coast, with some of the most exclusive and coveted real estate you can find. Communities include; Pelican Crest, Pelican Hill, Pelican Point, Pelican Ridge, and Pelican Ridge Estates.Homes within these communities range in value from $4,000,000 to $25,000,000.

Across the way, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find an entirely different community taking you back to the bygone days of California. CrystalCove State Park is comprised of 3.5 miles of pristine uninterrupted coastline, favored by hikers, campers, and trailblazers. The Crystal Cove Historic District is an enclave of 46 vintage, rustic, coastal cottages originally built in the 1920’s and 1930’s nestled around the mouth of Los Trancos Creek. It is one of the last remaining examples of early 20th century Southern California coastal development.

Newport Coast is one of Southern California’s most distinguished, illustrious places to live and play.

Fun Facts:
• Crystal Cove State Park has a registered 180 different species of birds that can be observed throughout the entire year, seasonally, or a few times per year.
• Along with registered birds, there are roughly 26 registered reptiles at Crystal Cove State Park, 10 of which are commonly seen by visitors.
• The area now known as Crystal Cove was sold to James Irvine in 1864.

Population: 9,741
Area: 7.2 square miles
Median Home Value: $2,080,441
Average Household Income: $164,659
Average Commute Time: 25 mins
Points of Interest:

  • Crystal Cove State Park
  • Pelican Hill Golf Club
  • The Resort at Pelican Hill
  • The Spa at Pelican Hill
  • Crystal Cove Shopping Center
  • Ruby’s Shake Shack
  • Newport pier and beach
  • Back Bay
  • Orange County Museum of Art
  • Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center
Many Great Schools, including:

  •  Adams Elementary
  •  Anderson Elementary
  •  California Elementary
  •  College Park Elementary
  •  Corona Del Mar middle
  •  Costa Mesa middle
  •  Ensign middle
  •  TeWinkle middle
  •  Corona Del Mar high
  •  Costa Mesa high
  •  Early College high
  •  Estancia high
  •  Newport Harbor high
  •  Orange Coast College


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