House of the Week: Solana Beach Classic

This custom single-level home features five bedrooms and three and a half baths with over 4,400 square feet of living space. The floor plan includes a computer/study area with numerous bookcases. The main bedroom includes bath with granite counters, travertine flooring, walk-in closet and access to an outdoor patio. A unique center courtyard offers a fire ring for outdoor entertainment.

Located:
1456 Highland Drive, Solana Beach

Includes:
Large family room with travertine fireplace and outdoor patio with fire ring.

Offered at:
$1,635,000 to $1,655,000

Contact:
Shannon Biszantz with Coldwell Banker, (619) 417-4655 or shannon@shannonbiszantz.com

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