118 13th Street, Del Mar, CA 92014
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118 13th Street, Del Mar, CA 92014

$ 5,695,000 - sold
118 13th street,

Property Description

Luxury Coastal Living

Olde Del Mar

LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION! PANORAMIC Ocean Views! This gorgeous Steve Adams designed contemporary home was custom remodeled in 2008 with attention to every detail and high end finishes. Walk to dinner in the delightful village of Del Mar, LOTS of parking, storage, and privacy! Watch the sunset every evening from the two huge decks perfect for entertaining! This low maintenance home is solar powered and the landscape comprised of succulents and artificial turf! The BEST in Luxury Coastal Living!


Property Details

  • Price: $ 5,695,000
  • 118 13th street
  • City:
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  • County: San Diego
  • State: CA
  • Zip: 92014
  • Country: United States
  • Property Size: 2,772 sq. feet
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3.5

Year Built: 1987

# Car Garage: 2

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