Corona del Mar
Orange County’s "Crown of the Sea"
The beach city that almost wasn't.
Corona del Mar is a large sub-community within Newport Beach that has grown to have a culture of its own. Named “The Crown of the Sea,” it has become well known for its beautiful homes, pristine beaches, and excellent shopping and dining. Many of the homes in Corona del Mar offer ocean views, easy access to hiking trails, and unique architecture to fit anyone’s taste.
The great irony of Corona del Mar’s history is that it was originally considered a hard sell to homeowners and real estate developers in the early 1900s, with transport to the community being limited to a small boat and a road owned by the Irvine Company. Hard to develop coastal shrublands and marshy conditions ensured only the most tenacious built their homes and businesses. there, which would later prove to be the excellent temperate conditions that the “California Riviera” would spring from. It wasn’t until the introduction of the Pacific Coast Highway and the post World War II economy that would cause development to begin in earnest. That being said, this history is likely why Corona del Mar maintains its small town feeling even to this day.
A phenomenon of dependable equity growth.
Corona del Mar real estate increases in demand and value unlike anywhere else. This seaside village carries big-city price tags and has proven to be a tremendous investment for those who have purchased property here over the years.
Corona del Mar homes are all in close proximity to the ocean, with many enjoying direct access to public and private beaches like Corona del Mar State Beach and Cameo Shores Beach. Several of the neighborhoods have gone to great lengths to preserve ocean views for homeowners on the hillsides, while the tree-lined streets of the village create a distinct feeling of classic American coastal neighborhoods, similar to Balboa Island and the Newport Harbor, but with superior accessibility. Surrounding high-performing school districts, unique shopping experiences, and local amenities keep this area in high demand for several walks of life.
- Pristine Beaches
- Catalina and Coastal Views
- High Performing Schools
- Luxury Amenities
- Close to Newport Harbor
- Adjacent to Fashion Island
Corona del Mar Neighborhoods
Cameo Shores and Cameo Highlands
Seaside Living Meets Refined Luxury
The perfectly perched Cameo Shores and Cameo Highlands sit on the outskirts of Corona del Mar and enjoy a remarkable level of solitude, private access to several beaches, and ease of access to Crystal Cove State Park.
Shore Cliffs and Corona Highlands
Bluffside Estates Amongst Tree-Lined Streets
Shore Cliffs and Corona Highlands are known for an unparalleled pride of ownership.
These impeccably maintained estates offer the best of all worlds with access to the beach, Corona del Mar Village, and the privacy and serenity of a secluded neighborhood.
Classic Charm and Walkability
The Flower Streets of Corona Del Mar are amongst the earliest coastal developments in the Newport Beach area, and remain a popular area for homeowners, locals, and travelers thanks to access to high scale shopping and hugely popular beaches.
Living Above It All
Positioned in the San Joaquin Hills above the reservoir, Spyglass Hill is an excellent community for its sweeping views, unique floor plans, and a large variety in home size and architectural options.
Harbor View Hills
Panoramic Views At the Heart of Newport
Harbor View Hills has the distinction of being right at the center of the action, with Fashion Island, the beach, UC Irvine, the Pacific Coast Highway, and the San Joaquin Hills being at all sides of this neighborhood.