House of Week; 1842 Viking Way

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Incredible La Jolla Shores Location

Quiet street just 1 block from beach access. Completely gated with charm and ambience of an Old World Villa. Updated and impeccably maintained. Mostly single level with ocean views from master with a huge viewing deck. 4BR with 4 ensuite private baths + powder room. Ideal floor plan for entertaining with wonderful flow from indoors to patios. Polished herringbone brick floors, antiqued beamed ceilings and moldings. Large corner lot with room for additions. Easy stroll to beach or village.

Seller will entertain offers between $2,600,000 – $2,795,876

Gina Hixson and Elaine Robbs
Prudential California Realty
(858) 405-9100
www.1842VikingWay.com

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