House of the Week: Trophy Oceanfront Estate

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Trophy oceanfront — featuring 166 feet of ocean frontage with knockout views all the way to La Jolla and over 10,000 square feet of uber luxurious living space.

From the double oceanfront master suite, the dedicated poker room, six different oceanfront patios surrounded by 1.5 acres of fully landscaped Hawaiian paradise, to the detached five star guest house, this incredible oasis will transport you to oceanfront nirvana.

Offered at $29,000,000

The Harwood Group: Doug Harwood; 858.735.4481
doug@harwoodre.com • CA DRE#00528073

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