House of Week; 7244 Carrizo Drive

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Serene setting with ocean & golf course views

3 bedroom, 4.5 bath. 4,400 square feet. Library and formal dining room. Wine tasting room. Floor to ceiling windows. Expansive living room with limestone flooring. Beautiful gardens. Black-bottom pool and spa. Professional putting green.

Offered at $2,586,000-$2,686,000

Cher Conner
Prudential CA Realty
858-551-7292
cherconner@gmail.com
www.RealEstateInLaJolla.com

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