House of the week: Make Windmill Estates home

The enclave of Del Mar Windmill Estates — six exclusive homes set on sprawling, estate-sized lots — is nestled in the hills above Carmel Valley. The homes are between 5,437 and 6,575 square feet, have five or six bedrooms and are situated on one-quarter- to one-third-acre lots.
The homes have hilltop panoramas over canyons and Carmel Valley and are minutes from the beaches, shopping and nearby freeways. There are no HOA or Mello-Roos.

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