House of Week; 8525 Ruette Monte Carlo

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Ruette Monte Carlo

Custom built, gorgeous, 4 bedroom, 6.5 bath home. Spectacular whitewater ocean, cove & sunset views. Exercise room, game room, entry level master retreat. Detached maid’s quarters. Located in the exclusive, gated community of Montoro over-looking La Jolla Shores Montoro community amenities include tennis courts, pool, and spa

$35,000/month for July & August
$18,000/month long-term, furnished

Maxine & Marti Gellens
Prudential California Realty
858-551-6630
www.gellens.com

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