Newport Coast | Crystal Cove

Newport Coast | Crystal Cove

Newport Coast

Positioned on 7,700 acres of prime property in Newport Beach, the Newport Coast community is known for its panoramic views of both the ocean and coastal canyons. Surrounded by preserved open space, the various communities feature beautiful nature trails and hiking paths, incredible landscape and quick access to some of the best beaches in all of California.

Newport Coast | Crystal Cove

Crystal Cove is a picturesque community positioned along a majestic hillside with stunning ocean views. The architecture is a blend of European and Coastal Californian with home design inspired by the beauty of Italy and the Central California Coast. Located a short walk or drive from prestigious beaches and award winning restaurants and refined culture.

Statistics

  • The community is bordered by 3,674 acres of permanently protected open space, including Crystal Cove State Park, Los Trancos, Muddy Canyons and Laguna Coast Regional Park.
  • More than 50% of Crystal Cove is dedicated to parks and open space with approximately Crystal Cove 805 acres of land.
  • Upon completion, the community will have approximately 653 semi-custom homes and 131 custom lots developed.

Builder Tracts: 8 Semi-Custom Tracts

  • Nautilus (John Laing Homes)
  • Oceana (Standard Pacific)
  • Seabourn (Standard Pacific)
  • Seascape (Greystone Homes)
  • The Strand (Brookfield)
  • Watermark (Taylor Woodrow)
  • White Sails (Taylor Woodrow)
  • Winward (Richmond America)

Architecture: 4 Available Styles

Santa Barbara: The Santa Barbara style, as the name suggests, emerged in Santa Barbara in the 1920’s and 30’s when the community established itself as a prestigious winter resort attracting wealthy residents from the East and Midwest. It is an eclectic mix of Mediterranean styles with fragments of Spanish, North African and Mexican architecture unified by the use of clay tile roofs, expansive stucco walls and deeply recessed windows. These were added to capture ocean views and to complete the overall romantic effect of the architecture.

Tuscan: The Tuscan country house is distinguished by the use of Roman pan clay roof tiles and exposed heavy timber rafter tails with decorative end cuts. Shutters tended more often than not to be louvered and painted a deep Tuscan red or dark green. Exterior walls were constructed of stone, sometimes interspersed with brick at door and window openings and building corners. Exterior walls, if plastered, tended to be warm, and sometimes color, earth tones.

Provence: The country house of Provence, France, is a style derived from medieval country homes. The geometry of the architecture is simple and additive. Exterior walls were constructed of local fieldstone with dressed stones at door and window openings and building corners. The walls may or may not have been plastered. Plaster colors tended to warm, and sometimes colorful, earth tones. Windows were frequently accented with colorful solid board shutters.The roofs were shallow pitched and constructed of earthen colored clay tile with the characteristic stacked-tile Genoise eave.

Northern Italian: The Northern Italian architecture, sometimes described as “Italianate,” depicts the generic style of the country villas scattered throughout Northern Italy. Italianate architecture is characterized as formal but simplistic in form, a departure from the Tuscany style of a rustic country home. Red-tile roofs, walls of stucco or stone covered with stucco, symmetrical with regard to massing and window/door placement, low pitched roofs adorned with frieze cornices and brackets, and spacious interiros, characterize the style.

Community Amenities

Canyon Club: Situated on over 2.5 acres, the Canyon Club is a destination for residents to relax and socialize. Club amenities include:

  • Hiking Trails, Horseback Riding Trails
  • Community Room, Card Room
  • Fitness Facility
  • Chef’s Kitchen, Dining Areas
  • Junior Olympic Pool and Spa
  • Children’s Wading Pool, Barbecues and Lounge Furniture
  • Half-Basketball Court
  • Three Tennis Courts

Parks and Playgrounds

Ocean Garden: Residents also have access to the Ocean Garden, with views of the land, sea and sky. Exotic plants are reminiscent of kelp, sea urchins, jellyfish and sea anemones, and magnificent coral trees provide shade. Abalone shells line the path of the View Terrace, which looks deep into the blue ocean below. Ocean Garden is the perfect place to unwind.

Island Garden: With stunning views over the Pacific Ocean to the islands of Santa Catalina and San Clemente, The Island Garden at Crystal Cove offers the ideal setting for a couple or small group to enjoy a picnic or classic Southern California sunset. The park features a lush, crescent lawn and landscaping that matches the native plants on the islands in the distance.

Sidney Bay Tot Lot: With a colorful jungle gym and wide-open spaces for endless somersaults, the Sidney Bay Tot Lot allows residents to play with their young children and mingle with their neighbors.

Reef Point Park: Reef Point Park provides residents with yet more outdoor enjoyment, including a children’s playground, covered barbecue area and a half-basketball court.

Newport Coast | Pelican Crest

One of the most desireable communities in all of Southern California, Pelican Crest is home to custom residences with expansive 180 degree views of the Ocean and Canyons. Just a short drive from Pacific Coast Highway, Fashion Island Mall, Laguna Beach, Corona del Mar and easy access to the 73 freeway.

Lisa Zhou

RE LIC# 01924981
Phone: (949) 656-5518
sales@LisaZhouWorldwideEstates.com
3500 Barranca Parkway, Ste 100
Irvine, CA 92606
Directions

Follow Us

Contact Us

Copyright © 2016 Coldwell Banker Platinum Properties

Website Design by Custom Creatives