Buy land! They don’t make it anymore! Build a nice spec house or your dream house on this .42 acre lot at the end of a quiet cul de sac. It is bordered in the rear by a conservation area ensuring no neighbors and wide open spaces. Utilities in at the street and access is via blacktopped driveway shared with the neighboring gated estate. Area views, breezes, privacy, peace and quiet can be yours. Very private and removed from the hustle and bustle yet it is minutes to anywhere via Hwy 67 in Northwest El Cajon, off Pepper Drive.
OPEN HOUSE - SUNDAY 1 - 4pm
CUSTOM NEW CONSTRUCTION 18 MILES FROM DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO
Why This Home, Why Now? Because locations like this, (5 acres of Land that are both very Private and close to town, and have a great view) are very rare. Most have already been built out years ago, those homes available tend to be both functionally and stylistically very outdated.
Consider these Features of this Unique Home.
Unbelievable Top of the World View
Privacy: Accessed via 2 Private Roads
Space: Acres of...
Park Laurel – Two-Story Penthouse
Situated atop San Diego’s premier address—Park Laurel, this two story penthouse offers a luxury living experience of elegance and ease. Fine finishes frame this exceptional offering-- a chef’s kitchen with Viking appliances, a state-of-the-art audio/video system throughout, a master suite like no other, and three additional guest suites. An internal elevator for ease of access to either level and a 45’ wrap-a-round terrace with sweeping views of the San Diego skyline and harbor to the Pacific Ocean.
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Open Sunday 1- 4pm
First time offered. Vintage 3 bedroom, 2 bath near top of Mt Helix
with commanding views of El Cajon valley. Unique construction style
and architectural detail. Ready for cosmetic upgrades. 1.23 acre lot
with sparkling pool, covered patio, lush landscaping and RV parking.
Located in the Historic El Cortez, Residence 503 Presents an 'Australian Inspired' Design & Remodel by Renowned Designers/Architects - De Bartolo + Rimanic Design: 1 bedroom/1 bathroom- Panoramic Views of the Downtown Skyline, Bay and Balboa Park; Custom Kitchen - Clad in 'White Oak; Dark Bamboo Flooring; Corian Counter tops; Advanced Whirlpool Appliances; Tempered Mirror Backsplash; A Linear Bench for Seating & Extra Storage; Unique & Architecturally Designed Lighting; Offered Furnished or Unfurnished. MUST SEE!
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SIMPLY STUNNING GROUND FLOOR, CORNER UNIT AT THE LANDING!
Owners spared no expense remodeling this wonderful home. Corner unit has two balconies and sunny, southern exposure. Show stopping gallery and tons of built-ins throughout make the most of every space. Relax in your jetted tub as the afternoon sun washes through the plantation shutters. Definitely will not last. Call today before this one slips by!
Premier location in La Jolla’s retail core. Leased fee estate generating long-term NNN rent. Fee simple parcel of 5,200 square feet. Specializing in coastal real estate investments, retail, multi-unit and residential properties at premium locations. Call Trent or Dan for an evaluation of your property.
Sale price available upon request.
You really must see to appreciate the indoor/outdoor pleasure that this fine home offers. This extraordinary home features a 1600 sq ft basement which houses a 12-seat theater, game room, wine cellar, guest bedroom and bath. On the main level, the home opens graciously onto an outdoor living area with private pool and spa nestled under a rare Canary Palm. An elevator feeds all floors. The rooftop deck is equipped with a fireplace and a second spa, where you will enjoy views of the ocean to the south and the San Diego skyline to the north.
Last week we discussed the major differences between the financial management of an HOA versus that of a traditional rental community. One difference is that an apartment community will fund its major repairs from its annual budget or via other funding arranged by the property owner. An HOA, on the other hand, is required to set aside "reserve funds" for the repair and replacement of major common area components.
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Urban Land Institute’s 2013 spring meeting will kick off Wednesday at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront.