Luxury Residence – 12 Bay Island | Newport Beach, CA

There’s a magical island that sits out into the middle of what’s called the turning basin in the harbor of newport beach. It’s where the five channels of beautifully home lined waterways come together and all the main activity is centered.  Bay Island is not well known because it privately owned by 23 families and the homes have typically passed down from generation to generation with little access to the public.  Bay Island and it’s 6 acres of beautiful park like lawns, rose gardens and beaches sits out into the Newport Harbor and yet is only a two minute walk off the south side bridge to the ocean and Hampton’s-like beaches. Out on the north point of this magical Bay Island sits a Balinese inspired, understated yet elegant and exquisite home that has graced architectural magazines. It has been called one of the most beautiful homes in Southern California. It’s a stunning “Point Property”, of which there are only a few.  The home is surrounded by lawn and water on all three sides, as its sits out into the middle of the harbor. This home feels as if it’s one with the Point itself as It’s beautiful mohagany doors pocket away into the walls, it’s outdoor decks with inviting fire pits, lounging areas and outdoor table with its own fire pit center, make this home magical and truely one of a kind.A home like this comes along once in a lifetime and when it’s gone it may also stay in family hands for generations to come.

You must see this home to truly feel and appreciate how special it is. It feels secluded and private yet in the midst of all the beauty and activity of the harbor as if it’s integrally a part of it… in according with The Agency.

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