Newport Beach Real Estate
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Newport Beach Real Estate - Global Glamour Meets Beachfront Pleasure
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Balboa Peninsula - Newport Beach
Balboa Peninsula Point - Newport Beach
Newport Beach real estate is one of the most desired real estates anywhere in the world. Newport Beach is a globally renowned seaside paradise destination located in Orange County, California. The city is composed of 23.8 square miles of land and 29.2 square miles of water. Beyond the radiant sun, Newport Beach is recognized as one of the largest recreational harbor's on the west coast that offers ten miles of exceptional fishing, swimming, sailing, surfing, and aquatic sports activities. A place so exhilarating, one taste of this luxurious lifestyle will want you to stay forever. Trendsetters flock to the shopping havens of Fashion Island, a popular regional shopping and entertainment destination. The city offers a renowned international yachting harbor, luxurious shopping and dining, and an unmatched natural beauty. For a taste of Newport Beach real estate, you can take a boat tour of the Newport Bay that will take you around the many waterfront homes. Both public and private schools in Newport Beach are also known to be top-ranked.
Newport Beach real estate is home to an array of luxury real estate to suit every dream home wish list, from spectacular homes in gated communities to waterfront charms. Newport Beach real estate is recognized for its "villages" that have a distinctive personality, natural beauty, and story to share. They include:
In this area, you will find multiple distinct islands, such as: "Main Island" and "Little Balboa Island." These distinctive islands are almost a city within themselves, with many local restaurants, shopping, and it's own fire station. This neighborhood is not suited for everyone; but, for those seeking a relaxed style of living then Balboa Island will suit you perfectly. Many of the homes in Balboa neighborhood were built in the early 1920's and the community still, affirms to that appeal and character. Although this is a heavily popular sightseeing area for tourists, many still call Balboa their home due to having one of the best waterfront locations in all of Newport Beach.
The Peninsula is three miles in length, adjoined by Newport Harbor and the Pacific Ocean on each side. This part of Newport Beach is famous for “the Wedge,” undeniably one of the best-bodysurfing sites in the world and the Ocean Front Walk, one of the area's most popular boardwalks. At the base of Newport Pier lies the notable, "McFadden Square," named for the two brothers that helped found the city and the Dory Fishing Fleet, where local fisherman bring in fresh seafood daily. Approximately one mile away of, "the Newport Pier" is, "the Balboa," another of the city’s villages. You can catch the Balboa Ferry from "Balboa," for a short ride over to "Balboa Island," or you can visit: "the Balboa Pier," "the Balboa Fun Zone," and, "the historic Balboa Pavilion."
Lido Marina Village
Lido Marina Village is a glamorous shopping area with luxurious waterfront dining, exclusive stores, the historic Lido Theater, and dynamic views of the harbor. Lido Isle is a residential neighborhood in Newport Beach, one of the islands of Newport Harbor.
Mariners Mile is home to million-dollar yachts, luxury automobile dealerships, marine supply stores, a mix of high-end retail stores and restaurants, and the beautiful Balboa Bay Club & Resort.
Newport Center / Fashion Island
Newport Center is home to both office and residential buildings, exceptional hotels, and Fashion Island, one of the most unparalleled and luxurious dining destinations in Southern California.
In 2002, the neighborhood of Newport Coast was annexed into the City of Newport Beach to provide additional space and accommodations. Newer built residences, extravagant hotels, and the Pelican Hill Golf Course line the hillsides and offer astonishing views of the Pacific Ocean. Crystal Cove State Park is parallel with three miles of coastline and contains more than a handful of restored 1930s-era vacation cottages that can be rented year-round.
The Islands of Newport Harbor
One of the many unique features of Newport Beach are the islands located in Newport Harbor. They are private residential areas.
Discover the sophisticated charm of Newport Beach real estate, by taking your time in deciding which home is the best fit from over 30 distinct neighborhoods and communities!
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