La Jolla homes sold from Oct. 25 to 29

Here are the homes sold in La Jolla between Oct. 25 and 29. To see what homes sold yesterday in La Jolla, click here.

1917 Soledad Ave.
$2,825,000

8688 Villa La Jolla Drive, #4
$535,000

7610 Country Club Drive
$1,230,000

2789 Caminito Merion
$1,125,000

939 Coast Blvd. # 20 E
$1,600,000

2616 Caminito Tom Morris
$688,000

5639 Dolphin Place
$1,160,000

8265 Via Mallorca
$495,000

230 Prospect St. # 21
$580,000


View La Jolla homes sold from Oct. 25 to 29 in a larger map

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Nov 2, 2010. Filed under Homes, Real Estate Trends. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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