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Purple Haze on La Jacaranda

Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe

Does your DREAM HOUSE focus on a totally decadent  backyard with a custom rock pool, grotto style spa that seats over 20 people, poolside bar with flat screen TV , patios and backyard veranda, firepit, and a grassy area for adults and kids alike?  Then this is the property for you!  Bonus features include single story ranch style, 6 bedrooms in the main house plus a one bedroom detached guest house, and a 5 car garage plus 1 golf cart space.  Perfecto!

Offered at $1,995,000

Orva Harwood

858-775-4481

CA DRE Lic #00761267

Eric Iantorno

858-692-5505

CA DRE Lic

#01256501

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