8097 High Time Ridge, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92127
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8097 High Time Ridge, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92127

$ 3,895,000 - sold
8097 High Time Ridge,

Property Description


Dramatic, yet comfortable, uniquely designed, and perfectly sited, this one of a kind, single level residence, maintains a majestic presence above the Santa Fe Valley. A dramatic series of sliding doors unites a huge living area with a shaded view terrace featuring a double sided, outdoor fireplace, vanishing edge pool, and romantically placed spa. The floor plan is distinguished by open living and dining areas that flow naturally into a granite laden kitchen where unique, exotic woods are handcrafted into curved designs. A glamorous master suite, notable for dual bathrooms, and dual closets, reflects the same superior use of materials and custom finishes. The handsome office/library befits the most successful of entrepreneurs. An extensive wrap around covered terrace commands breathtaking views, and is perfect for hosting all sorts of events. Truly a one of a kind residence for the most discerning of buyers!

Property Details

  • Price: $ 3,895,000
  • 8097 High Time Ridge
  • City:
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  • County: Rancho Santa Fe
  • State: CA
  • Zip: 92127
  • Country: United States
  • Property Size: 6,250 sq. feet
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3

Year Built: 2007

# Car Garage: 3

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