Recently renovated ‘Rosecliff Cottage’ offers best of La Jolla

This oceanfront home, known as ‘Rosecliff Cottage,’ was owned by the Witteman family for more than 40 years before being bought in 2004, and completely renovated by Louis Beacham Construction. Sitting on a point on the oceanfront allowing views north, west and south, this home has spacious oceanfront decking and lots of glass, which allows views from most every room and makes it light and bright. All main living areas are on one level, with two private guest suites on the upper level. The front has a large yard with a private courtyard and a beautiful rose garden.

6010 Camino de la Costa – 4 BD/4.5 BA – $11,900,000

  • Offered by: Karen Rockwell; (858) 361-2441
  • and Ed Mracek; (858) 382-6006
  • Willis Allen Real Estate
    1131 Wall St., La Jolla
    (858) 459-4033, ext. 242

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