House of the week; One by the sea

This single-level, four-bedroom, three-bath home on the sand in Del Mar is a rare find. It features an enormous great room spanning 50 feet of ocean frontage with spectacular views. The oversized corner lot accommodates a huge 1,600-square-foot beachfront patio. A detached one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse sits atop a three-car garage adjacent to five additional parking spaces.

Located: 2828 Ocean Front, Del Mar
Price: $13.975 million
Contact: Shawn
Hethcock and Shawn Rogers of Willis Allen in Del Mar, 755-2280

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