House of the week: 7727 Lookout Drive

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7727 Lookout Drive — 5 BDRM/4BATH — $6,200,000 to $6,700,000

Rare, lush palm trees line the generous drive to La Jolla’s Yianilos estate and the classic Cliff May-designed California ranch house.

From the beamed ceiling to the beehive fireplace and the dramatic atrium, this potentially historical home offers functionality that belies it 1936 roots. North shore views abound from many locations on the estate, which consists of four separate legal parcels, the total square footage of which exceeds 36,000 square feet.  It is a perfect opportunity to develop a family estate.

— Bill Walsh (858) 864-4004, Susan Nystrom-Walsh (858) 864-4116, Willis Allen Real Estate
— Glencourt Properties, (858) 245-3105

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Posted by Staff on Oct 26, 2011. Filed under Featured House of the week, House of the Week, 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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