Past Sales for Newport Beach

One would think that Newport Beach would be affected quite differently than the rest of the state in terms of real estate. It’s median income may lead some to believe that it is immune to the current goings on of the real estate industry. Well that is certainly not the case. The Newport Beach area is experiencing many of the same things that the rest of the country is, both good and bad. As we always like to say here at Sweet Digs, looking at the rate and the amount at which houses sale is one of the best ways to gauge your market.

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2505 Crestview Dr: $2,620,000, 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,650 SQ. FT.

115 39th St: $,200,000, 2 Beds, 1 Bath, 832 SQ. FT.

3812 River Ave: $1,930,000,  2 Beds, 1 Bath, 1,162 SQ. FT.

210 40th St: $620,00, 1 Bed, 1 Bath, 528 SQ. FT.

129 39th St: $848,811, Beds and Bathsn not listed,  2,459 SQ. FT.

505 35th St: $1,600,000, Beds and Baths not listed, 4,042 SQ. FT.

1405 Clay St: $1,715,000, Beds and Baths not listed, 4046 SQ. FT.

2229 Cliff Dr: $4,200,000, 5 Beds, 4.5 Baths, 1,671 SQ. FT.

  • http://orangecounty.redfin.com/blog/author/julie.lance Julie Lance

    I can’t get over the $620,000 for 528 sq ft in the Tsunami danger zone… can’t beat beach living in Newport, I guess. Wow!