Boasting the Newport Beach lifestyle with Irvine pricing, the Turtle Ridge neighborhood offers a convenient location combined with a number of amenities for residents to enjoy. Bordering the Newport Coast, the apartment homes and three-story townhomes offer a number of unique features to reflect the needs and personal style of anyone who is interested in calling the neighborhood their home.
Homes in Turtle Ridge
With eight unique floor plans, many of which feature dens and direct access garages, the Turtle Ridge neighborhood has much to offer. Not only does each residence feature in-home laundry and garages, but they also feature a private patio or balcony, hardwood-style entryways and kitchen floors, fully-equipped kitchens with tile countertops, large walk-in closets and oval tubs. Some of the residences also feature an exterior storage area.
Turtle Ridge Amenities
A gated community with tropical landscaping and tall palms, the Turtle Ridge community boasts a resort-style swimming pool and spa, a fitness center and a business center. Residence also enjoy use of an outdoor entertainment area with a fireplace and palm court as well as a distinctive clubhouse with a kitchen and sitting area.
Residents of the Turtle Ridge community also enjoy access to all of the shopping, dining and entertainment destinations that Newport Beach has to offer. Among these are Fashion Island and the Orange County Museum of Art at Newport Center. Newport Beach is also home to the Newport Theater Arts Center, which is a 90-seat venue presenting high-quality live theater. Meanwhile, restaurants in the city offer oceanfront views and menus containing a wide range of prices and types of food. Walkable villages such as the areas of Corona del Mar and Balboa Island offer additional options for exploring shops and restaurants, while the two farmers’ markets at Newport Beach provide opportunities to purchase great food and other items.
Living in Newport Beach
Bordered on the west by Huntington Beach at the Santa Ana River and on the north by Costa Mesa, the seaside city of Newport Beach covers a total area of 53 square miles. Yet, only 23.8 square miles of this land is land while the other 29.3 square miles is water. With its mid-latitude semi-arid climate, Newport Beach experiences weak temperature variation. This is largely due to the fact that the Pacific Ocean greatly moderates the city’s climate by warming its winter temperatures and cooling its summer temperatures.
Newport Beach has much to offer to those who enjoy spending time outdoors. Upper Newport Bacy, which is also referred to as simply the Back Bay, is ringed by Back Bay Drive and offers a network of trails and paths that are popular among cyclists, walkers, joggers and rollerbladers. Birdwatchers also enjoy spending time at the Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve and the Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center, while Crystal Cove State Park offers a over three miles of beach, tide pools and hiking and biking trails. Whale watching and fishing are also favorite activities in the Newport Beach area.