House of Week; 5535 Taft Avenue

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Like New in Birdrock

Sought after quiet Birdrock location near the famous La Jolla beaches. Amazing panoramic ocean & sunset views. Meticulous interior design with bell waiter elevator. Environmentally friendly solar powered home. Almost 4,000 square feet of luxurious living space. Spacious backyard, patio, and rooftop deck areas for entertaining. Call for more info and to set up a showing.

Offered at $2,989,000

Tim Tusa
American Dream Homes
(619) 822-0093
TimTusa.com

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