House of the week: 305 Sea Lane

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This is rare opportunity to own one of the last remaining original Seaside estates along the La Jolla coastline. It is one of only five non-oceanfront homes with direct beach access and has a protected view corridor. Step literally out your front door and on to the sandy Sea Lane beach.  This nearly oceanfront residence, built in the early 1930 by prominent La Jolla residents, has been meticulously maintained and painstakingly renovated. In addition to having five bedrooms and an office, it has two laundries and a “spool.”

305 Sea Lane, La Jolla

5+BDRM/4BA

$4,750,000

Linda Daniels

Willis Allen

(858) 334-2230

www.thedanielsgroup.com

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