House of the Week: Sense the craftsmanship

This French Normandy estate, poised on a .40-acre lot in the hills of Olde Del Mar, blends heritage architecture, artisan craftsmanship, and technology to create the ultimate surroundings for ocean-view living.

Reclaimed brick pavers provide inviting patios surrounded by specimen landscaping, sparkling pool and rose garden.

Located:
Del Mar

Includes:
Specimen landscaping and rose garden, pool, extensive home technology system.

Offered at:
$6,495,000

Contact:
Brian Pasco (858) 509-0300

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