Located in Newport Coast, Crystal Cove is a fabulous group of luxury home neighborhoods. Newport Coast makes up the southern tip of Newport Beach and is also home to Crystal Cove State Park and Pelican Hill Resort, Spa and Golf Course. Twelve developments make up Crystal Cove including: The Estate Collection, Nautilus, Nautilus 2, Oceana, Sea Crest, Sea Point, Seascape, The Strand, The Tides, Watermark, White Sails and Windward. There are vacant lots available in all of the neighborhoods. Property sizes range from .4 acres to .6 acres. Every neighborhood within Crystal Cove is a 24 hour guard gated development. Crystal Cove has been very proactive in setting height restrictions of between 20 and 28 feet, to ensure views stay intact. Land only is priced from two million to eight million dollars. The value is determined by view, location, neighborhood and size. Some properties come with architectural plans. Properties with custom built homes on them are priced between four million and 25 million dollars. The process to build a custom home on vacant property takes approximately two to three years complete. There is a five maximum length on building. In Crystal Cove, minimum square footage is 3,000 square feet, while the maximum square footage is dependent on the property size. Architectural styles in Crystal Cove tend to have a European flair, including Tuscan, Provencal, Spanish, Mediterranean and Santa Barbara. There are many home builders in this area such as Laing Luxury Homes, Taylor Woodrow Homes and Standard Pacific Homes. Crystal Cove is well known for their expansive views of the Pacific Ocean, white water, Newport Harbor, Catalina Island, city night lights and picturesque sunsets. Views stretch to Palos Verdes on clear days. Residents are within walking distance of the Crystal Cove Promenade, with many unique shops and restaurants. Residents of Crystal Cove are invited to join in all the resort style activities offered by the Canyon Club Recreational Center, which is the social hub of this area. The Crystal Cove State Park has 3,674 acres of bluffs, canyons, tide pools and beaches to explore. There are 18 miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Students in this area attend schools in the Laguna Beach Unified School District, specifically El Morro Elementary School, Thurston Middle School and Laguna Beach High School.