Classic 1930’s Camino de la Costa Oceanfront!
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Built in the ’30’s and beautifully updated for state-of-the-art ­luxuries and convenience, this extraordinary home rests on a unique promontory chosen early in La Jolla’s history as one of the finest sites on Southern California’s coast. Set up on a bluff for privacy, this property enjoys sweeping unobstructable coastal and sea views from Mexico and Point Loma’s coastline and night lights to tidal pools, sunsets and open sea with everchanging, fascinating enjoyment of wildlife, surf, and weather formations. Large viewing decks, flagstone patios, walkways and walls define the wonderful landscaping on the property with many of the plantings believed to be original. The residence itself evokes the ambience of true La Jolla while providing every advantage of the ­latest design, finest materials available, and up-to-the-minute electrical systems. Grand windows take in the views and French doors bring indoors and out together for full appreciation of dazzling views and fresh oceanfront breezes. An exquisite cook’s kitchen with adjacent seaside breakfast area and family room, a reading nook with lovely windowseats above the waves, and two bedroom suites are located on the main level with huge media and recreation rooms, a wine room, beach access and an office with bath downstairs. The master bedroom encompasses the entire upper floor with a fantastic view deck, huge closet with dressing area, seaside soaking tub and superb views. CAT-5 wiring, audio-visual systems, and Crestron lighting ensure perfect ambience.

Greg Noonan, Prudential CA Realty, 1-800-LA JOLLA, LaJolla homes.com.
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