Newport Beach, California
On The Water Newport Beach
On The Water Newport Beach
This cosy 1930s 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home has a private apartment with own kitchen, dining, bath, TV room and bedroom.
Main House has 3 beds, 1.5 bath a charming brick patio for barbecues with private dock that comes with 2 paddle board 2 kayak
Can rent a Duffy boat be your own caption or take a candola ride and see all of New port Habor. Fishing or whale watching cruise are popular year round.
Has also 7 bicycles 4 skate boards, 2 surf boards and 4 boogie boards to explore the beach. Taking a walk or bike ride down the boardwalk with views of the lush sand beach & sail boats with California waves that gives any sunset a site to remember. Also one of my favorite is the Sunset dinner cruise.
Wine and dine on a ship with breathtaking views in the Newport Harbor. It's one of the largest Harbor with privately own homes and yachts in the world. My favorite restaurant is the Nobu Restaurant also on the water with great views of boats and ships and only a 5 min walk
Newport Beach is truly one of the premier destination with so much to enjoy can even list them all. Location, Location, Location
Single Family Home with 2 levels
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1850 square feet
King, Queen, Full, and Other
8 guests maximum
John Wayne or LA Airport
15 min and 45 min Taxi or shuttle bus
On the water with private 200 sq ft dock. And 800 sq ft patio and baroque waterfront
Activities of Interest
- Newport Harbor to Catalina island just 26 miles
- New Port Beach golf course or Golf at pelican hill resort
- Paddle boarding, kayaking, bicycle, surfing or just a walk on the beach
- Art walks, wine tastings, tours, live entertainment and cultural venues.
Places of Interest
- Knots Berry Farm
- Aquatic adventures from sunset cruises to stand-up paddle boarding.
- The Balboa Fun Zone
- Balboa Island
Disappointing house but in a great location
I'm a bit conflicted with this review. We really enjoyed our week and took advantage of the bikes and paddle boards provided by the owner. The location allowed an easy walk to beach and pier as well as restaurants and shops. That said, we also found the house itself very challenging and ultimately not worth the key values being requested by 3rd home and the owner. The house is a 1930's beach house so don't expect luxury. The main house has 3 small bedrooms, all upstairs. One of the rooms has a tiny bath attached to it with a shower and small pedestal sink. The other 2 bedrooms don't have access to a bathroom so the master suite is shared by all parties staying in the main house. This was especially painful when we came in from the beach and attempted a quick turnaround to head out to dinner. We were rotating showers and all of us using the master suite to get ready. And that bathroom is tiny. With bifold shutter doors that don't fully close. Pretty challenging living situation. The house comes with a kitchen table that seats 4 only. Part of the downstairs living area has overhead lighting. The rest is very dark in the evenings and there aren't standing lamps. In addition, there is no wifi and no cable TV or satellite. I felt that the house would be a better value as a 1 key property. Maybe 2 base keys considering the location. But I feel that in it's current condition and offerings it's highly over valued as a 3 base key property and not somewhere I'd stay again.”
Good location but house and amenities lacking
Location was good. Outside patio/dock with kayaks, paddle boards, available bicycles - great. House itself was dated and not particularly clean and lacked basic amenities you would expect in a luxury home, i.e. Cable TV, Internet, Lamps/Lights in two of the bedrooms, a door on one of the bedrooms, propane available for barbecue, dishwasher soap, etc. ”
- 40"+ TV
- DVD Player
- Multiple TVs
- Outdoor Grill
- Pets (with Approval)
- Washer & Dryer
- Wireless Internet