Life in Newport, part 7

Explore some of Newport Beach’s Unique and Thriving Neighborhoods: Harbor View

Article by Somer Flaherty | Published in Newport Beach Magazine | Issue #18

“…Harbor View, also known as the Port Streets, is the ultimate family neighborhood, complete with spacious lots, an expansive greenbelt, community clubhouses, cul-de-sacs, community pools, parks, baseball fields and an award-winning elementary school. And although the neighborhood has its own ample recreation activities, its location–bordered by Bonita Canyon, San Miguel, San Joaquin Hills and MacArthur–makes it a central position for a trip to the beach, Fashion Island, local restaurants in Corona del Mar and the airport…

…compared to areas like Balboa Island, Harbor View was developed more recently–not until the late 1960s. At the time, it was produced in three phrases by the Bren Company with approximately 1,200 homes and six original models varying in size from about 1,450 to 2,500 square feet. These models included three different single-story plans and three two-story plans; however, many of the homes have since been remodeled or even replaced with custom-built homes…”

Read this article in full in the Newport Beach Magazine. Read: Part One can be read here; Part Two; Part Three; Part Four; Part Five; Part Six.

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