House of the Week: Abundance of features in Del Mar Hills

This 4,500-square-foot, newly constructed custom home has an unobstructed panoramic 360-degree view of ocean, mountain, and sunrises and sunsets from a spa on the rooftop deck. The home has numerous entertainment areas, extensive outdoor decking and a 10,000-plus square foot lot on a quiet cul-de-sac near Del Mar schools. Also featured are whole-house audio system, surveillance cameras, home theaters and a private gym. Its location is at the highest point in the Del Mar Hills area.

2466 Mission Carmel Cove, Del Mar, CA 92014

Ocean and mountain views with extensive outdoor decking

Offered at:
$3.8 to $4.2 million

Marc Zimmerman with, (858) 812-3300 or

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