House of the Week: Carmel Valley classic

This Lexington Plan 2 upgraded home features five bedrooms and 4.5 baths in the Carmel Country Highland community near the Del Mar Union School District’s Sage Canyon Elementary School. It has an open and flowing floor plan in a quiet, peaceful location with minimal street noise. It features a large landscaped backyard with patio, gazebo and spa. Inside is an upgraded kitchen and master bedroom with marble fireplace and his and her closets.

Located:
10630 Amberglades Lane, San Diego 92130

Includes:
Open floor plan with Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, upgraded kitchen and large landscaped backyard with gazebo and spa

Offered at:
$1,299,900

Contact:
Devon Boulon with Coldwell Banker. (858) 335-2008

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