Newport Coast is an exclusive, master-plan community developed by the Irvine Company that spans 9,432-acres across the eastern edge of Newport Beach. Elevated on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Newport Coast offers residents surreal views and exceptional privacy with 75% of the land dedicated to preserved nature and lush golf courses.
Newport Coast is home to 86,160 residents, distributed across several unique neighborhoods, including renowned, guard-gated communities Crystal Cove and Pelican Hill. Property types range from elegant single-family homes to luxury estates on expansive lots. The majority of properties in Newport Coast are designed in the Mediterranean and Spanish style, emulating the classic beauty of the Southern European coast.
Newport Coast residents enjoy prime access to Crystal Cove State Park beaches directly below the bluff, as well as to adjacent beaches in Corona Del Mar and Laguna Beach. To the southeast, Crystal Cove State Park maintains a network of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Newport Coast is a short drive to a wide selection of five-star dining, local cafes, and boutique shops along Pacific Coast Highway and in social epicenter Fashion Island.
All Newport Coast neighborhoods belong to the highly-rated Newport-Mesa Unified School District and are near top-rated private schools, including Sage Hill School, Harbor Day School, Carden Hall, and Newport Christian School.
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Crystal Cove consists of 3.5 miles of pristine coastline belonging to Crystal Cove State Park. The region includes protected beaches, tide pools, and 18 miles of trails for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding. Homes in Crystal Cove range from 2 million to 60 million dollars, boasting spectacular views and immediate beach access. Popular architectural styles include Tuscan, Mediterranean, and Spanish. The Crystal Cove Historic District is home to an intimate residential community of 46 cottages dating back to the 1920s and 1930s.
Crystal Cove residents gain exclusive membership to the Canyon Club Recreational Center withmeticulously maintained amenities for all ages, including a large pool, fitness room, children’s wading pool, basketball courts, tennis courts, and multiple dining options. Beyond the Canyon Club, locals gather at the Beachcomber Cafe and the Crystal Cove Shake Shack for casual beachside dining.
Situated on a sloped hill just beyond Crystal Cove, Pelican Hill includes several exclusive, guard-gated neighborhoods, all with breathtaking views of the Newport Beach coastline and harbor. Properties in Pelican Hill range from upscale cottages to grand estate-style mansions. All properties enjoy premiere access to the five-star hotel, The Resort at Pelican Hill which owns and maintains 500 acres of land, dedicating a significant portion to two Tom Fazio designed golf courses.
Pelican Crest is a small enclave of luxury estates located in Pelican Hill on a bluff overlooking The Pelican Hill Resort and the ocean beyond. The most exclusive of the Pelican Hill neighborhoods, Pelican Crest includes just 166 custom designed homes, all with sweeping ocean views. These properties range from California contemporary homes to elegant, formal estates, many including elaborately landscaped yards, private tennis courts, infinity swimming pools, and private access to Crystal Cove State Park and beaches. As with all Pelican Hill communities, Pelican Crest is a 24-hour guard-gated neighborhood; it is meticulously maintained by the Pelican Crest Community Association.
Pelican Point is a notable neighborhood in Pelican Hill with 48 custom built estates set on the ocean side of Pacific Coast Highway, on expansive lots for maximum privacy and enjoyment. These estates display Mediterranean European Baroque-inspired architecture, featuring luxury, personal amenities such as tennis courts and swimming pools. Like all Pelican Hill neighborhoods, Pelican Point is a 24-hour guard gated development.