If Newport Beach began on the Balboa Peninsula, the Peninsula began with a Point.
The Balboa Pavilion dates back to 1906, when it was built as a Victorian bathhouse and a terminal for the Pacific Electric “Red Car.”
Balboa Peninsula Point—including the infamous “Wedge” surfing spot—has long been the ultimate destination for beach fun.
The 800 homes between Main Street and the tip of the Peninsula include traditional, contemporary, Mediterranean and Cape Cod styles; 270 of them line the waterfront.
Schools: Newport or Lincoln Elementary; Ensign Intermediate; Newport Harbor High School.
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