Home of the Week – Majestic Ocean View

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Majestic Ocean View

Oceanside, CA

This exquisite French Chateau in the prestigious community of St. Malo offers year round summertime fun with a private beach and the  St. Malo community tennis courts. The Chateau features a gorgeous enclosed courtyard with an outdoor fireplace and space for all of your friends and neighbors, majestic ocean views and an oversized kitchen with wine cooler and top-of-the-line appliances. The secret garden on the west is a legal building lot and is included in the purchase price. You will never want to leave your own private paradise complete with a guard-gated entrance and a true community feel. St. Malo epitomizes the perfect day at the beach all year long.

Offered at $3,500,000

Doug Harwood

858-735-4481

doug@harwoodre.com

CA DRE Lic #00528073

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