House of Week; 7666 Pepita Way

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Stunning Ocean and Village Views

Walk to Village from this desirable neighborhood. Sophisticated 4BR/4.5BA contemporary with large view deck. Immaculate attention to detail & top-of-the-line finishes including Brazilian wood floors, gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry & Viking stove. Beautifully crafted Anderson wood doors
& windows. Master bath with marble flooring, in-floor heating & oversize Jacuzzi tub. Lap pool & Jacuzzi. Tri- zoned A/C & heat.

Offered between $2,995,000 – $3,200,000

Glencourt Properties
(858) 245-3105
(619) 884-8909
www.glencourtproperties.com

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