House of the week; Solana Beach Views

This newly constructed home on one of the best streets in Solana Beach includes four bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths, plus an office/den. Its surf and sunset coastline views stretch as far as the eye can see. The property includes high-end finishes throughout and a lovely courtyard entry with outdoor living room and fireplace, expansive rear deck, lush landscaping all around.

Located at: 755 Barbara Ave., Solana Beach
Price: $3.95 million
Contact: Bob Angello
and Kathy Angello of Willis Allen Del Mar,
(858) 775-9100

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