Eastbluff is a highly desirable community offering primarily single family detached homes, some townhomes and a vast array of lifestyle options. From Cape Cod style, to traditional and European influence, there are an array of choices lining Newport Bluffs and Eastbluff area. The adjacent neighborhoods within this area include Eastbluff, North Bluff, The Bluffs, Park Newport, and Harbor Cove. All of these areas sit on the east side of the Upper Newport Bay and west of Jamboree Road. Given that Eastbluff does vary in terrain elevation, some homes do offer peaceful bay or ocean views from the second story.
Many people move to the Newport Bluffs Eastbluff region in order to be within the award-winning Corona del Mar school district which combines middle school and high school on one campus. The stellar academics at Corona del Mar High School draw parents from all over Orange County, even the country into this affluent community. The school district factor gives homeowners an advantage with regards to property values and appreciation of housing within the community.
Harbor Cove is a neighboring 24-hour gated community in Newport Bluffs offering homeowners privacy, security and serene bay views. With only about 100 homes behind it’s gates, Harbor Cove is a popular destination for those who want to live within close proximity to the best that Newport Beach hast to offer. Harbor Cove is one of the few communities that is a very short walking distance to Fashion Island. The homes on High Bluff Drive and Spring Tide Drive offer the best water views from Harbor Cove and overlook the Newport Bluffs and Back Bay nature preserve.
Single Family, Condominiums
Varied – most homes in original or rebuilt condition.
Close proximity to several desirable schools, wide array of housing types.
Some homes include bay view.
Close driving distance to Corona Del Mar Beach and Newport Beach.
Homes Currently Listed in Eastbluff
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Private and Metropolitan
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