House of Week; 939 Coast Blvd. #17A

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Panoramic Views of the Ocean, Scripps Park, North Shore, The Cove & The Village

2BR 2.5BA + den luxury condo. Stunning curvilinear detail. 2,860 square feet. Highest quality finishes. Built from the walls out…absolutely nothing compares. Unsurpassed electronics and sound system. 30 staff members at your service. Guest suites, gym, pool, spa, library, conference room & 24 hour concierge.

Offered at $4,500,000

Cher Conner-Broker Associate
Prudential CA Realty
(858) 551-7292
cherhconner@gmail.com
www.RealEstateInLaJolla.com

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