La Jolla homes sold between Oct. 9 and 16

Here are the homes sold in La Jolla between Oct. 9 and 16. To see what homes are sold each day look for the “What sold yesterday” button on the right of the screen.

1001 Genter St., # 2A, $480,000

2417 Sagebrush Court, $885,000

5471 Caminito Agua, $785,000

5771 Caminito Empresa, $840,000

7022 Draper Ave., $1,250,000

202 Coast Blvd., # 8, $1,440,000

1030 Scarlati Place, $1,050,000

7050 Country Club Drive, $2,125,000

7620 Eads Ave., $940,000

View La Jolla homes sold Oct. 9-16 in a larger map

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