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Old 01-12-2010, 05:51 PM
 
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People who can't afford to live in Newport are the ones giving you opinons..I lived there off and on, and heard the same ridiculous comments..The same type of people call Boulder and Aspen bad places to live in Colorado because they are jeolous and know they will never have a shot at ever living in those places themselves..take it for what its worth.. Newport Peninsula ..very nice, but just like the state of Californionia ..it's in slow decline..Newport Coast/Pelican Hill , /Lido Isle, Corona Del Mar,Newport Heights,Back Bay are all experiencing depreciation
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Old 01-13-2010, 04:54 PM
 
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We're not talking days though where they have to airlift food in or anything. I still wouldn't consider it as a factor in choosing where to live around there.
I consider ALL factors.....I've been through 2 very bad fires and had embers coming down in my yard during one of them. The Laguna Canyon area was closed many times that following winter...(with Newport Coast being in the infant stages)...we had a lot of rain and a lot of flooding...having a 4wd paid off as far as getting my toddler out of harm's way...evacuations are not fun.....

Does it happen all the time? Of course not! But when one plants onself in an area where there aren't a lot of escape routes, well, you just need to go through what I did and then you consider more than the ocean view....

Also, if I were to move to the Crystal Cove/Newport Coast area, I think I'd make sure to get an independant geological evaluation, too.
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Old 05-01-2010, 02:18 PM
 
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Two words: Balboa Island.
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