One Ford Road
Opposite of the popular Eastbluff community and east of Jamboree Road, One Ford Road is a tasteful enclave of high scale homes with elegant finishes and amenities. Gated, the purpose of One Ford Road was to create a feeling of older estates within Newport Beach despite their development at the end of the 20th century. Originally owned by the Ford Aerospace Corporation and the Boy Scouts of America prior to that in the 1950s, it has since then become one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in southern Orange County and has been recognized as one of the best master planned communities in the United States.
There are 370 homes across One Ford Road, split between the Balboa, Carmel, Stonybrook, Summer House, and Providence tracts. There are 7 additional custom homes on Troon Drive that are truly remarkable. The size of the houses varies from 2,500 square feet to 5,100. Lots can be as large as 16,000 square feet. The style of One Ford Road homes varies from tract to tract, with tasteful bungalow, traditional, and farmhouse properties throughout. All of the homes built in One Ford Road were built between 1998 and 2000.
Amenities of the community include two Olympic sized swimming pools, a dedicated fitness center, clubhouse and professional putting green. Additional gardens, parks, and entertaining areas make it one of the best neighborhoods for secluded fun with family and friends. The HOA and neighborhood is very active, with multiple events and parties throughout the year that are open to residents. A very short trip down Jamboree Road or MacArthur Boulevard, Fashion Island and Corona Del Mar Village open up opportunities for exciting dining and shopping, and coastal access all along the Pacific Coast Highway means your next boat trip or sandy walk on the beach isn’t far.
Varied – most homes in Bungalow, Traditional, and Farmhouse styles.
Master planned community with privacy and excellent accessibility.
Neighborhood views with gardens, greenways, and mature trees
Close driving distance to Corona Del Mar Beach and Newport Beach.
Homes Currently Listed in One Ford Road
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