House of Week; 274 Coast Boulevard

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Whale View Point Cottage

A La Jolla landmark Oceanfront residence. First time on the market. Four bedrooms and five bathroom plus! (sleeps 12). Extraordinarily intimate relationship with the beach, surf and sea. Ocean views from every room including garage. Walk to restaurants & shops. His and hers offices.

Offered at $14,400,000

Virtual Tour:
www.whaleviewpoint.com

Bob Andrews
619-517-4404
Andrew E. Nelson
858-459-4033
Willis Allen Real Estate

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