14808 Las Mananas, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
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14808 Las Mananas, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067

$ 2,995,000 - for sale
14808 Las Mananas, ,

Property Description

Cool Resort Living

RSF Farms Estates  Come & enjoy this almost brand new custom estate reminiscent of The Bahamas-where sunshine, music & outside cooking rule & pool, spa & patios merge with the interior where windows glide perfectly into the walls. 4-5 BR suites, each privately located, plus a Theater, a Wood Study, 4 fireplaces, plus an excellent choice of stone, wood & design. Gourmet kitchen enjoys top appliances & 2 islands. Located on a long private secure driveway. Home is offered furnished with two great rooms.

 


Property Details

  • Price: $ 2,995,000
  • 14808 Las Mananas
  • City: ,
  • Area:
  • County: Rancho Santa Fe
  • State: CA
  • Zip: 92067
  • Country: United States
  • Property Size: 6,203 sq. feet
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4.5

Year Built: 2007

# Car Garage: 3

Amenities and Features

yesgated community
yessingle story
yesstudy/office
yespool
yesspa
yesoutdoor living room
yestheater/media room
yeswine cellar
yeswet bar

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