La Jolla homes sold between Nov. 15 and 19

Here are the homes sold in La Jolla between Nov. 15 and 19.

1834 Amalfi St., $1,475,000
7340 Caminito Bassano West, $1,220,000
3247 Via Marin, $460,000
4046 La Jolla Village Drive, $410,000
8549 Prestwick Drive, $1,511,000
5357 La Jolla Blvd # 29, $455,000
310 Nautilus St., $720,000

Source: San Diego Premier


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