House of the Week: Del Mar and Pacific Views

This exquisite 4,200–square-foot Del Mar property is situated in a tranquil setting through a private gate. It features three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths on an expansive 20,300-square-foot lot with room for a large pool. Tall windows bring in light and frame views to the Pacific. The kitchen flows into the dining room for elegance and ease. Everything in the home is computerized including exterior and interior lighting, cable and television. A private spa off the main room has a cascading waterfall and views of the ocean.

236 Ocean View Ave., Del Mar

White water view, office, home theatre room, exotic fish aquarium

Offered at:

Shannon Biszantz with Coldwell Banker, (619) 417-4655

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