Crystal Cove is part of the Newport Coast section of Newport Beach. Crystal Cove is just north of Laguna Beach, in fact Crystal Cove students attend schools in the Laguna Beach Unified School District. Crystal Cove is between the Pacific Ocean and the Pacific Coast Highway. This area is home to luxury residential developments, fabulous dining and shopping, and the Crystal Cove State Park. The Crystal Cove State Park is an official California State Park with 3.2 miles of coastline, 400 acres of bluffs, 18 miles of trails, a 1,400 acre marine park and 2,400 acres of canyons. Included as part of the Crystal Cove State Park is the Crystal Cove Historical Home District with 48 historic cottages built in the 1920’s and 1930’s. This historical district is one of the finest examples of a Southern California coastal development from the early 20th century.
Crystal Cove is home to some of the most sought after view properties in Orange County. With its high bluff setting, Crystal Cove homes have far reaching views of the Pacific Ocean, Newport Harbor, Catalina Island, city night lights, white water and picture perfect sunsets. All the developments within Crystal Cove are 24 hour guard gated developments. All residents of Crystal Cove are invited to join in the resort style recreational activities at the Canyon Club Recreational Center. The Canyon Club acts as the social hub of Crystal Cove. Home prices in Crystal Cove range up to 4.5 million dollars. Shopping and dining is available nearby at the Crystal Cove Promenade.
Crystal Cove neighborhoods include:
Crystal Cove Custom Homes
Crystal Cove Estate Collection
Crystal Cove students attend schools in the award winning Laguna Beach Unified School District. The school district has two elementary schools; Top of the World Elementary School and El Morro Elementary School, one middle school; Thurston Middle School and one high school; Laguna Beach High School. The Laguna Beach High School has the lowest enrollment of all high schools in Orange County. Thurston Middle School has been named a “Model Campus” among all California state schools. In addition, there are several private schools in the area.