Newport Beach diverse place to be HOME

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Newport Beach offers an assortment of activities the same with properties. From laid-back to classy corresponding with the type of residences in the area. Living with varying personalities, styles and budgets, you can find a home that suits you.

From high-end properties let’s start with more than $10 million for the Yachtsman. The residence in 13 Harbor Island, Newport Harbor has a private pier and docks with a lush garden and tree-lined yard. The outdoor terrace and dining area is paved with beautiful Pennsylvania bluestone, a rare and expensive stone, and features a spa for relaxing while you soak in the views. It has two-story custom-built home features five bedrooms and five and a half baths. You can enjoy myriad activities including kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding.

Next in line the $5 million to $10 million for the Social Butterfly. Located at 206 Morning Canyon Rd. Shore Cliffs includes some French doors that open to an interior courtyard allowing a flow of social activities. The home can host 100 guests, and outdoor spaces showcase a mix of materials, fabrics, stones, and bricks.

Here’s the $1 million to 5 million for the Resident Foodie. This custom-built house in 436 Snug Harbor Rd. Newport Heights’ main draw is the expansive gourmet kitchen, perfect for the home cook. Amenities include a 48-inch Viking cooktop, a walk-in pantry, two ovens, two microwaves, two dishwashers, two warming drawers and custom-made cabinets. It also boasts an enormous center island, granite countertops, and a brick-lined, refrigerated wine cellar. Apart from the kitchen, visitors will be amazed by the intricate design details like the winding staircase at the entry of the two-story home.

On the smaller scale and looking for simple living from $1.25 million down to $549,000 these residences located in Laguna Beach, Costa Mesa and Santa Ana with floor areas from 667 sq. feet up to 922 square feet.

Please note that some of the homes featured here may be no longer on the market and prices may have changed.

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