The Newport West tract is in the Southeast Corner of Huntington Beach between Magnolia and Bushard just off of PCH. It is roughly half-way between the Huntington Beach and Newport Beach piers and is comprised exclusively of Single Family Residences (SFRs). Homes range in size from about 1,200 SF to over 4,000 SF and the standard lot size is a comfortable 6,000 SF. Residents enjoy being extremely close to the ocean and having the ability to walk to the beach or ride their bikes to either downtown HB or the Balboa Peninsula. RJs (or River Jetties) beach is just south of Brookhurst and is local family favorite for surfing or just hanging out. Eader Elementary, a California Distinguished School, is in the middle of the community and walking distance for almost everyone. Beach close and not pretentious, this is a great place to call home.
Geoff Rudy and his family have been Newport West residents for over 12 years. He knows the lifestyle and real estate market better than any other agent and has a vested interest in helping sellers achieve the highest sales prices possible.
What’s in a name? Unlike some older neighborhoods, the tracts in the Southeast Corner of HB were named by their developers and include Franciscan Fountains, La Cuesta, Fashion Shores among others. Newport West lies in the extreme Southeast Corner of the city and is literally on the border of Newport Beach…immediately to the west. Because Newport Beach has always carried a little more cache than Huntington Beach, the developers, back in the 1960’s, chose to name this tract Newport West. Clever huh? Well, as a resident, I firmly, and proudly, consider myself a Huntington Beach guy but I still kind of like the name Newport West. How about you? Your comments and any further insight or history is appreciated.
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