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The Bridges in Rancho Santa Fe

Open House Sunday 3/11 2pm to 4pm

6641 Calle Ponte Bella

Bank Owned. Gorgeous 5 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom, Mediterranean Estate boasting 7,170 square feet.  Desirable floor plan including beautiful office space, majority of all living space located on first level.  Large 33,600 square foot lot with private pool and spa.  Offering golf course and canyon views!  Don’t miss this fantastic OPPORTUNITY to own in the BRIDGES!!

Offered at $3,100,000

Dianne or Anni

Seaside Realty • 760-580-9811

www.theclosingteam.com

CA DRE Lic # 01091051

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Posted by Lorine Wright on Mar 8, 2012. Filed under Featured House of the week, House of the Week. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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  1. WOW this house is amazing.It should be the house of year.

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