House of Week; 8641 Ruette Monte Carlo

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La Jolla Shores Splendor

One block to the sand. Approximately 8,000 square feet. White water views from every room. Luxurious master suite on main level. Expansive game room with bar. Gated Montoro location with pool/tennis.

Motivated Seller – $6,495,000

Peter & Judy Corrente
Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty
Peter 858-35408455
Judy 858-414-5448
www.lajollacahomes.com

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