Spectacular views, great spaces in La Jolla home

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• 5485 Rutgers Road
• $2,765,000
• 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths

This beauty is truly an architectural masterpiece with forever views to downtown, Coronado Bridge, Sea World nightly fireworks, Mission Bay and the whitewater coastline from La Jolla to Pt. Loma. As you walk into the foyer, you are taken by the volume of the 16-foot ceilings throughout. A custom art piece — a copper sculpture of a calla lily garden — adorns the indoor balcony. This single-level dwelling has it all for the family that loves to entertain, expansive walls for displaying art, and large mitered windows for peering out to the captivating views. The kitchen/great room area features a sitting area with fireplace, Bird’s eye maple cabinetry, all Dacor appliances and a walk-in pantry. It’s low upkeep outdoor areas include a spa, fire pit, BBQ, an outdoor shower and 180-degree views.

Lauren Gross
Keller Williams Realty, La Jolla
(619)778-4050
www.BuySellLaJolla.com

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