House of Week; Playa Del Norte

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337 Playa Del Norte

  • All offers responded to on May 7th.
  • Must be sold.
  • Opening price more than 30% below 2011 list price.
  • Property is debt free.
  • All furniture, art, and decorative effects included; making a move-in ready residence or turn-key rental with a proven revenue record.
  • Rarely available dramatic contemporary architecture, located just 500ft to the beach.
  • Absolute pristine condition and immaculately maintained.
  • Visit www.ContemporaryLaJolla.com for details.

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