home of the week 5.3.12

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Rancho Santa Fe

Stunning Rancho Santa Fe golf course

front property. 5/BDR 9/BA with 10,000+

square feet of living space and a 4 car

garage. Extraordinary craftsmanship and

superior accents throughout. Indoor/

Outdoor living at its finest year round with

Panoramic views to the Pacific Ocean. Entry level master suite, elevator, family theater, exercise room with indoor jacuzzi, sauna and steam shower. Billiards room with kitchenette. Covered veranda running the length of the home. A real masterpiece!!! Visit www.7756StAndrews.com for more information, photos and a virtual tour.

Seller will entertain offers between

$5,150,000 and $5,750,000

Kathleen Baker

760-445-0322

CA DRE Lic #01035173

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