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Residential lots on Seaview in Del Mar sold

Two vacant, adjacent residential lots on a Del Mar hillside at 2069 and 2075 Seaview Ave., 92014, have been sold for $4.7 million, cash. The lots are above the split of Camino Del Mar and Jimmy Durante Boulevard.

The buyer was Bessemer Trust Company of California N.A., trustee of the Seaview Trust, 101 California St., Suite 2500, San Francisco 94111.

The seller of the lots (299-072-04, 05 and a portion of 34) was Patrick J. Kilkenny.

The lots total just over a half-acre (22,500 square feet).

They were sold separately to Kilkenny by different sellers a day apart in July 2011 for a total $3,625,000.

The lot at 2069 Seaview (11,200 square feet) was sold for $1,725,000, and the lot at 2075 Seaview (11,300 square feet) was sold for $1.9 million.

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