House of the Week: Solana Beach estate

Like your own Four Seasons resort at the beach, quality beyond compare is evident throughout this fabulous “in-town” beach estate.

Includes: More than 5,400 square feet on three levels with an elevator. Features a huge master suite accounting for the entire top floor and a separate office with a wet bar, walnut flooring and a decadent stone fireplace.

Find high ceilings throughout. The main floor includes two bedroom suites, a family room, a kitchen, a dining area, a library nook and attached two-car garage.

Location: 100 Pacific Ave.
Offered at: $3.995 million
Offered by: Shannon Hagan, 414-7514, www.SanDiegoCoastalHomes.com

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