Pelican Point – Newport Coast, CA

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Pelican Point is a prestigious guard gated community on the ocean side of PCH in Newport Coast, CA.  This is my favorite community in Orange County.  Many residents have golf course AND ocean views!  Living on the golf course is quite impressive because Pelican Hill’s 36-hole golf course was designed by Tom Fazio and was ranked #1 in the world in 2012 by Condé Naste Traveler Magazine. The two courses are Ocean North and Ocean South with the South course framing Pelican Point.  The community of 55 glamorous estates rests between Laguna Beach and Corona Del Mar.  It offers convenient access to Pelican Hill Resort, Fashion Island, Crystal Cove shopping promenade, Balboa Island, Balboa Bay Club, and more.  The Mediterranean style mansions range from $5 – $16 million with some estates on double lots and/or oceanfront lots.  Many homes have subterranean parking, 5,000+ sq. ft. and an elevator.  The homes were built from the 90’s on with a limited number of vacant lots that may come up for resale in the future.  The community offers private access to Crystal Cove beach, an ideal place to stroll along the sand during sunset or an easy walk to the Beachcomber Cafe to dine alfresco.  The 24-hour guard gate keeps a tight rein on all entrants and even has the guards wearing dashing safari-style uniforms.

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Benefits of living in Pelican Point, Newport Coast include:

  • Oceanfront guard gated community
  • Developed community with limited new construction
  • Custom homes
  • Newport Mesa Unified School District
  • Private beach access
  • Magnificent coastal views
  • Ideal for golf carts
  • HOA under $600 per month
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