Grand and Venerable, Breathtaking and Refined Crystal Cove Oceanfront Real Estate

Posted by BanCorp Properties on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 at 10:42am.

 

If you are a potential home owner and are in the Crystal Cove community of Newport Coast community of Newport Beach looking at Crystal Cove properties, here is some additional information that should prove useful. The Crystal Cove residential market is found east of Bommer Canyon where the trails beckon walkers, hikers and all other outdoor enthusiasts to stroll past oak and sycamore groves and rough rock outcrops, it is also east of the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park which lies within some of the last remaining coastal canyon in Orange County where you will find over 35 miles of trails that lead people through oak and sycamore woodlands and up onto ridge with expansive scenic vistas – rocky bluffs tower above the canyon trails. The Crystal Cove homes for sale are located just south of the Buck Gully Reserve which includes 300 acres of lush wilderness that is part of a 10-year restoration project and miles of trails to walk, run, hike and bike.

 BanCorp Properties: Crystal Cove Oceanfront Real Estate

Just off the coast of the Crystal Cove real estate market is the Robert E. Badham ASBS State Water Conservation Area and the Crystal Cove State Marine Conservation Areas. If you Newport Coast Drive east away from the Crystal Cove properties this will connect you with the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor (73-toll road), which if you take south will connect you with the 5-freeway and take you through South Orange County down into San Diego County and eventually all the way down to the Mexican Border. If you take the 73 north away from the Crystal Cove homes for sale this will connect with the 55-freeway which if you take it east will connect you with the inland empire counties of San Bernardino and Riverside – this will also take you to the weekend escape destinations of Las Vegas and Palm Springs. The Crystal Cove properties are close to the Quail Hills Preserve, where the nearly 3-acre Quail Hill Trailhead provides a great location to connect to Irvine’s extensive trail network, and dog lovers are allowed to take their canines (leashes required).

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