House of the Week: Bing would be proud

This five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath home in Rancho Santa Fe’s Crosby Estates, is located on a cul-de-sac with large premier lot. Recently upgraded, the home features panoramic mountain views.

Located:
16413 Irish Eyes Lane, Crosby Estates, Rancho Santa Fe

Includes:
Mountain views, close to Del Sur gate for easy access

Offered at:
$1,949,000

Contact:
Kris Gelbart at Coldwell Banker, (858) 395-0761 or kgelbart@coldwellbanker.com

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