House of Week; 838 Forward Street

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The Best of Bird Rock!

Ocean Views. Large .29 Acre Lot. View Roof Deck. Custom Built In 2004. 4 + Car Garage. Finished Basement. 5 bedroom, 5 bath. 5,099 SF. (Basement Not Included)

Offered between  $3,395,000 – $3,995,000

Suzanne M. Giannella
Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty
(858) 248-6398

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