House of the week: Lagoon lovers

This modern three-bedroom, three-bath home is located in a gated community steps from the Los Peñasquitos Lagoon, with its bird sanctuary and wildlife trails. The interior features hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, stone countertops and a master suite with sweeping views. The development’s 18 homes share a pool and spa.

188 Solana Point, Solana Beach

Gourmet kitchen with stone countertops, master suite with sweeping views.

Offered at:

Mary Heon at Coldwell Banker, (619) 888-7653 or Or go to

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