Potential buyers will look at the exterior of the home and this is even easier for them to do in the great summer weather, so make sure everything is in tip top shape. Also, what the curb appeal and the exterior of the home look like, will give potential buyers an idea what the interior of the home is like, so make sure to meet their high expectations. Keep the lawn mowed and watered, prune trees, shrubs and bushes, keep flower beds neat and blooming. Fix up any exterior paint problems, clean the driveway and keep it debris free and make the front entrance appealing and welcoming.

 

Join in the fun at Oak Grill’s Sushi and Sips, with Japanese Whiskey Pairings Demo. On Thursday, August 9th, enjoy a sushi tasting and demonstration by Oak Grill’s chef de cuisine James Carpio.  There will be four courses of sushi including striped bass Uzuzukukri and Dynamite Mussels Zensai. Whiskey pairings will be presented by Oak Grill general manager Kevin Morales.  The event begins at 6pm and continues until 9pm. Oak Grill is located at 690 Newport Center Drive in Newport Beach. The evening event is $75 per person. Reservations are recommended. For more information or to make reservations, see their website at: https://www.oakgrillnb.com/.

 

Lido Isle is one of the oldest master planned communities in California, having been begun in the 1920’s. The isle was designed to resemble a Mediterranean resort. Located at 227 Via Eboli, this 2,000 square foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. This home was built in 1958. The home sits on a 2,600 square foot piece of property. The home has recently been remodeled and has been featured in Sunset Magazine, Domino design blog and on the Newport Harbor Home Tour. Attention to detail can be seen in the concrete framed fireplace, floating shelving and stylized light fixtures. The kitchen features a bar seating a Viking range, a beverage refrigerator and open shelving. Among the many amenities offered on Lido Isle are a dock, private yacht club, tennis courts and private beaches.

 

Located at 6 Pinnacle Point, this 5,700 square foot home is part of the Pelican Ridge Estates development in Pelican Hill. This five bedroom, six bathroom home was built in 1998.  Attention to detail can be seen in the wrought iron work, the wine cellars wine barrel slat floors and French doors. There are views of the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island, white water, city night lights, Newport Harbor and evening sunsets. The home sits on a 15,500 square foot piece of property with a cul-de-sac setting. Outdoors, there is a swimming pool, spa, and outdoor fireplace.