House of the Week: 8070 La Jolla Scenic Drive North

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8070 La Jolla Scenic Drive North

5BR/5BA

$4,950,000

Sophisticated and spectacular describe this 7,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art home. With contemporary styling and ocean views to La Jolla Cove, it features a media room, wine room, three fireplaces, a salt water pool and spa, water pads for sunbathing, dual laundry and three-car garage. It includes fabulous indoor/outdoor entertaining space on extensive stone verandas and patios.

Cher Conner

Prudential CA Realty

(858) 551-7292

www.CherConner.com

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