Newport Beach Market Stats
|Average Home Price||$4.3M|
|Lowest Priced Home||$2.9K|
|Highest Listing Price||$69.8M|
|Total Property Listings||594|
|Avg. Days On Market||78|
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Discover Newport Beach Luxury Real Estate
If you’re looking to buy a multi-million dollar California estate, then Newport Beach is the place for you. The city is filled with high-end mansions that take luxury and sophistication to the next level. They are designed to give guests a stunning first impression.
You can find these homes from the San Joaquin Hills all the way to the shores of Balboa Island. No matter where the home is located, it’s sure to provide every necessity for a comfortable lifestyle. It’s pretty well standard for these homes to have personal offices, theaters, and billiards rooms, though it’s common to find homes that also have temperature-controlled wine cellars and state-of-the-art fitness rooms.
All of these amenities are meant as a compliment to the most important rooms in the home: the kitchen and the living room. Nearly all of these homes have gourmet kitchens that inspire the inner chef. You will fall in love with cooking all over again when you use the top-of-the-line appliances and spacious countertops that grace almost all of Newport Beach's home kitchens.
The living rooms are another feature that grasps the attention of homebuyers. In ultra-modern homes, these rooms typically have glass collapsible doors that blend the outdoors with the indoor living spaces.
The most impressive parts about the homes for sale in Newport Beach are their backyard living spaces. It’s almost guaranteed that Newport Beach homes have custom concrete pools and spas where you can relax on hot summer days. The backyards are typically equipped with lounge areas, barbecue kitchens, and fire pits. Waterfront homes in Newport Beach usually have private boat docks that can house even the most sizable yachts.
Newport Beach real estate has a wide range of homes on the market, though many of them are built with Mediterranean or contemporary architectural styles. No matter your taste, each home in Newport Beach is a creation of unparalleled artistry.
Life in Orange County’s Newport Beach
Newport Beach has claimed its fame as a destination for the rich and famous. Not only is the city filled with multi-million dollar estates, but world-class beaches, country clubs, and marinas.
Before all of this, though, the city was much different. It had a large industry in maritime work, like fishing and boat building, which took up many of the coastal properties where high-end homes are now situated.
The city also didn’t yet have many of its famous islands, like Balboa Island, Collins Island, and Lido Isle. Since their construction, they have been the home of some of Newport Beach’s most beautiful beaches and yacht clubs.
Newport Beach Community Amenities
People from across the world come to Newport Beach for its white-sand beaches, but they stay for everything else. The city is packed full of amenities that make life not only comfortable but convenient. Here you can find some of the world’s top country clubs, as well as the largest marinas on the west coast.
Pelican Hill Golf Club and Shady Canyon Golf Club are two of the most esteemed courses in the United States, offering championship greens that challenge even the top golfers in the nation.
If there’s one thing that residents of Newport Beach do more than golf, it’s a boat. In fact, Newport Harbor is the largest marina on the west coast of the U.S., housing a grand total of 9,000 boats. Other notable marinas include:
- Balboa Yacht Club
- Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club
- Newport Beach Yacht Club
In addition to golfing and boating, Newport Beach is known for its shopping. As the home of the high-end shopping mall, Fashion Island, this city has some of the most revered brands in the world. Another significant shopping mall is Newport Center that has all the shops and services you could imagine.
Travel and Directions
Newport Beach is located in Orange County and is serviced by LAX International Airport in Los Angeles about an hour north of the city. Other nearby destinations from Newport Beach include:
- Irvine, CA - 20-minutes northeast
- Santa Ana, CA - 25-minutes northeast
- San Diego, CA - 1.5-hours south
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