Corona Beach is water lover’s dream location. Known as the CdM, Corona del Mar is home to vintage cottages, gourmet restaurants and water activities. Big Corona Beach is a California State Beach which is great for swimming and has volleyball courts and fire pits. From Bing Corona explore the cliffs and caves of Pirates Cove, where scenes from Gilligan’s Island were filmed. Little Corona Beach has an array of tide pools filled with sea urchins and anemones and is terrific for snorkeling. The Goldenrod Footbridge was built in 1928 and is part of the stroll along Ocean Boulevard. For more information about exploring Corona Beach, see their website at: http://californiatidepools.com/little-corona-beach-tidepools/
Newport Coast is the southernmost section in Newport Beach, just north of Laguna Beach. Newport Coast has a population of 10,000 residents, giving it a close-knit feel. Located at 37 Silver Pine Drive, this 3,400 square feet home is part of the Santa Lucia development. This four-bedroom, five-bathroom home was built in 1998. The gourmet kitchen features a large center island, custom cabinetry and a La Cornue range. This home and property have exceptional views of Newport Harbor, the Pacific Ocean, and lovely evening sunsets. Outdoors, homeowners will enjoy a built-in barbeque area, fire pit and play area. Santa Lucia is just east of the Pelican Heights neighborhood at the edge of Buck Gully Canyon. This is a 24-hour guard gated development, with 100 single family homes.