There is a place where neighbors still get together over backyard barbeques, and children ride their bicycles in the street. Where pick-up games of basketball happen in your driveway, and family recreation is a way of life. That place is the Port Streets neighborhood of Newport Beach, also known a Harbor View.
You’ll find the Port Streets neighborhood quietly tucked away between MacArthur Boulevard, San Miguel Drive, Bonita Canyon Road and San Joaquin Hills Road.
One reason the Port Streets neighborhood is popular with families, is that there are no major thoroughfares cutting through the neighborhood. Children can walk to school along the greenbelt, and parents can breathe a little easier with traffic at a minimum.
You’ll enjoy plenty of family activities in Port Streets, with a number of youth programs and team sports offered by the homeowner associations. There are acres of parks, playgrounds, sports fields and green space, along with community pools and a clubhouse.
The Port Streets neighborhood is served by public schools with excellent reputations. The highly-rated Anderson elementary school is located right in the middle of neighborhood. High school students are eligible to attend Corona del Mar High School, which stands among the best in the state.
The Port Streets neighborhood is only a minute or two away from the beach, and it’s close to excellent shopping, dining, transportation hubs and major employment centers. Originally featuring homes from the 1960’s and 1970’s, homes in Port Streets have been extensively remodeled and replaced with luxurious dwellings that are handsomely situated on oversized, scenic lots.