Home of the Week: Premier Indoor & Outdoor Living!

Solana Beach

Premier Indoor & Outdoor Living!

List Price: $845,000

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Located in the serene hills of Solana Beach is this 4 bedroom, 2 bath, single level home. Designer paint, crown molding, plantation shutters and Hunter Douglas lighted ceiling fans throughout. The kitchen has been customized with maple cabinetry, and Corian counter tops. Large dining room skylight creates an incredible light and bright living area. The family/great room comes with surround sound, new ledger stone gas fireplace, and rich espresso bookshelves. Backyard boasts a variety of fruit trees, a 10×20 out building, wired with 220 volt, great for an office/craft room/gym, or customize to your lifestyle.

Nancy Rork, CRS, REALTOR®

CA DRE# 01399973

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Mobile: (858)735-5197 • Office: (858)755-0075

Email: Nancy@NancyRork.com • www.NancyRork.com

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