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Cameo Shores & Cameo Highlands

The exclusive communities of Cameo Shores and Cameo Highlands offer luxurious amenities, an array of shopping and dining options, and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island, which are ideal for sunsets


Welcome to Cameo Shores & Cameo Highlands

Cameo Shores and Cameo Highlands are small enclaves of luxury single level homes located next to four private gated beaches in Cameo Shores and Crystal Cove. The neighborhoods were developed in the 1960s with a variety of architectural styles, such as modern and ranch-style. 
Today, lots are terraced up the hill toward the Pacific Coast Highway, providing the majority of the community’s homes with panoramic ocean or canyon views. Most new builds are two stories with expansive square footage, one ground floor, and subterranean garages, gyms, wine rooms, and media rooms. 
Cameo Shores is located on the ocean side of the Pacific Coast Highway and includes approximately 170 homes. The community has a homeowners’ association and offers a range of luxury amenities to match its high-end price tag. Residents can enjoy access to four stunning private beaches. Additionally, this access includes the use of beautiful beach trails through the Pelican Hill Golf Course
Cameo Shores is located in convenient proximity to the Village of Corona del Mar, which has a variety of upscale shopping and dining. 
Cameo Shores homes are located in conjunction with estates in the Cameo Highlands neighborhood, which lie north of the Pacific Coast Highway. Cameo Highlands real estate also offers ocean views since homes here are situated at a higher elevation, creating a tiered panoramic view. 
The neighborhood was built in the 1960s at the same time as Cameo Shores’ development. The area covers approximately 170 lots in varying sizes and home styles. Cameo Highlands’ residents also have access to nearby private beaches. 
Celebrities such as Wayne Gretzky, Donna Reed, Rod Laver, Chuck Jones, Diane Keaton, James Brolin, and scientist Sherwood Rowland have all called the Cameo neighborhoods home. As well, many business founders and notable Orange County philanthropists live in the area. 
Bev White lived in Cameo Shores for nearly 40 years and served as the Home Owners’ Association Board President, as well as a member of the Architectural Committee and the Cameo Philharmonic Committee. She enjoyed all of the community beach parties and interesting neighbors.

What to Love

  • Proximity to Crystal Cove State Park, beaches, golf courses, and other entertainment

  • Private and secure neighborhood atmosphere with low HOA fees

  • Proximity to Newport Beach’s finest shopping and dining and abundance of harbor activities

  • Spectacular oceanfront and canyon views 

  • Access to four private, gated beaches 

  • A wide variety of properties and home styles

People & Lifestyle

Cameo Shores and Cameo Highlands are home to approximately 1,000 residents with an average age of 57 years old. Residents are commonly active in local organizations and committees.
Cameo Shores is the location of the world-famous oceanfront property the “Portobello Estate” on Brighton Road, which once sold for $75 million. This impressive property occupies three oceanfront lots and remains a local landmark and popular sight from yachts passing by.
The neighborhoods are active with community get-togethers, annual events, and a continuous energy of daily exercise and activities.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The neighborhoods are situated near notable shopping and culinary areas, as well as a range of outdoor activities.
The famed Five Crowns has been a Corona del Mar landmark since 1965 with award-winning food and wine and exceptional service. Diners can enjoy a high-end dinner of jumbo shrimp cocktail, lobster bisque, filet mignon, and chocolate souffle. 
SideDoor was developed from Lawry’s Restaurants of Lawry’s Seasoning Salt with its origins as Five Crowns. This eatery is an English-style gastropub that focuses on artisanal cheese and charcuterie, seasonal plates, and world-class drinks. 
The communities are also located near a variety of shops in Corona del Mar. 

Things to Do

The residents of Cameo Shores and Cameo Highlands have no shortage of events and activities to keep their social calendars filled! 
The communities utilize access to nearby private beaches to host neighborhood celebrations, such as an annual 4th of July party, an Easter egg hunt, and other gatherings.
For daily exercise and activities, Cameo Highlands has a children’s park and is in close proximity to Roxbury Park and Crystal Cove State Beach. Families can take advantage of the nearby green spaces for picnics, outdoor fun, and beautiful views of the ocean and sunset. 
Beach lovers can enjoy four picturesque gated beaches, which offer spectacular settings that rival those anywhere else in the world! The stunning rock arches at Little Corona Beach provide a gorgeous backdrop to explore and take photos. 
Residents also have access to Pelican Point, which used to have stables for boarding horses. Pelican Point is walkable to Crystal Cove Park and El Moro.
The popular Pelican Hill Golf Club has an ocean course located north of the Pacific Coast Highway by Morning Canyon and the Pacific Ocean. The course’s jaw-dropping scenery and world-class amenities attract golfers from around the world. 


The Cameo Shores and Cameo Highlands communities are situated near a variety of outstanding public and private schools. Residents can choose between public schools within the Newport-Mesa Unified School District or independent, private institutions in the nearby area.  
  • Harbor Day School: Grades K-8, Private (Harbor Day School is located in Corona Del Mar and has over 400 students with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. Tuition is approximately $23,000 per year for the highest grade offered)

  • Sage Hill School: Grades 9-12, Private (Sage Hill School is ranked the #1 best private high school in Orange County. The school provides a college-preparatory curriculum designed to inspire independent, creative, and critical thinking. The average class size is 16 students to enable the school’s dedicated faculty to provide individualized attention. Outside the classroom, students have the opportunity to participate in exceptional athletic, artistic, and other extracurricular programs. Yearly tuition is approximately $40,000)

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