House of the Week: Spanish beauty in Old Del Mar

Located: 501 Rimini Road
Includes: Interior courtyard, family living areas and two offices
Offered at: $7,999,000
Contact: Julie Pinney with Coldwell Banker Previews, (858) 354-5318 or juliepinney@aol.com

This distinctive five-bedroom home sits on one of Del Mar’s largest sites. The walled and gated property features 4,800 square feet with the ability to add an additional 1,550 square feet. Other features include interior courtyard, family living areas, two offices and three-car garage.

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