House of the week: Olde Del Mar

This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is situated on an elevated lot, making the views fantastic. The kitchen is a chef’s heaven in this elegant and pristine 3,240-square-foot home.

Location:
2123 De Mayo, Del Mar

Offered at:
$2,490,000

Includes:
Butler’s pantry, dual range stove, two convection ovens, griddle and grill, steam oven, two dishwashers, master bathroom with walk-in closet, maple flooring throughout, slate bathroom floors, office, exercise room, Jacuzzi in secluded garden and elegant patio.

Contact:
Shannon Biszantz with Coldwell Banker, (619) 417-4655, www.ShannonBiszantz.com.

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