The Crystal Cove State Park is home to the Historic District. This 12.3 acre of portion of the 2,700-acre state park. The historic district is home to 46 vintage cottages built by the sea in the 1930’s and the 1940’s. The first two phases of the restoration have been completed. There are 21 cottages available for overnight stays to the public. Cottages include studios, one- and two-bedroom options. This is one of the last examples of the early 20th century Southern California developments. For more information, see their website at: http://www.crystalcovestatepark.org/the-historic-district/
Corona del Mar is part of the Newport Beach. Locally known as the CDM, Corona del Mar is Spanish for “Crown of the Sea.” This area is known for its sandy beaches, tide pools and endless views. Located at 234 Morning Canyon Road, this 4,500 square foot home is part of the Shore Cliffs development. This four-bedroom, five-bathroom home was built in 2005. This open floor plan home was designed by architect Ron Yeo. This home sits on a large 14,000 square foot piece of property, with over 60 feet of view frontage. Residents are just minutes from golf, shopping, dining and beaches. Shore Cliffs is home to 146 custom built homes. Shore Cliffs residents have private beach access.
Newport Beach is one of the oldest city’s in Orange County, being incorporated in 1906. Newport Beach has approximately 85,000 residents. Located at 1106 Pembroke, this 1,800 square foot home is part of the Westcliff development. This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home was built in 1960. Attention to detail can be seen in the use of coffered ceilings, fireplace and French doors. The gourmet kitchen features granite counter tops, built-in range and plenty of storage. This home sits on a 7,300 square foot piece of property. Outdoors, homeowners will enjoy a swimming pool and mature landscaping. Westcliff is in Upper Newport Bay. There is a bike path through Westcliff which residents can use to reach the beach, shopping and the Back Bay recreation area.