Few architectural genres hark back to the “post war housing boom” and mid-century living in Southern California as much as the California Ranch style homes of that era. These low slung, deep gabled, single-level modern houses of their time were built for casual family living and seamless indoor-outdoor living with their big grassy lawns and abundant sized lots. Such are the Back Bay Anniversary Homes of Newport Beach, originally built in the late 1950’s, located in quiet cul-de-sac streets, and perfectly tucked between the 1,000 acre Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve and the 18-hole Newport Beach Golf Course. Poised on a tree-lined street with an oversized 11,025 square foot lot with mature trees and grassy yards, this stylish “rancher” is quintessential to its heritage. The home features a large living room with beadboard siding and a marble fireplace, a huge paneled playroom family area, a kitchen with white paint-grade cabinetry, 6-inch square tile countertops and white oak flooring, two bedrooms, a master bedroom with an ensuite tile bathroom, and a shared hallway bath with a tub shower combination. The house also features double windows and air conditioning. Outside there is a gated entry to the big back yard and a large two-car detached garage. The home’s Newport Beach address ensures use of Mariners Elementary, Ensign Middle and Newport Harbor High School. All of the conveniences of Newport Beach and Eastside Costa Mesa are out your door, shopping at Irvine Ranch market or the shops of 17th Street, walking the extensive pathways of the Upper Back Bay, and easy access to the 73 Freeway and John Wayne Airport. This home awaits its next owner, move-in and live in it as-is, remodel or rebuild the home of your dreams.