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Mike Althof, San Diego real estate professional, knows just what young professionals are looking for in a home, "A resort-style, gated condominium community. One that allows residents to enjoy superior amenities and extraordinary interiors."

The Heights in Carmel Valley boasts a cabana-covered deluxe swimming pool and Jacuzzi, stylish sundeck, poolside barbeque area, grand clubhouse, and more.

Situated in one of the most coveted enclaves of San Diego's north coast, The Heights in Carmel Valley boasts a cabana-covered deluxe swimming pool and Jacuzzi, stylish sundeck, poolside barbeque area, grand clubhouse, modernized fitness facility, 24-hour business center and theater lounge for entertaining.

The Heights has also done a wonderful job of transferring this resort-style feeling to their 225 units. Select from a variety of one-, two- and three-bedroom (1-2 bath) condominiums with spacious and distinctive designs ranging up to 1,444 square feet.

Residences feature 9- and 10-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances and gas fireplaces. With several different floor plans to choose from, and starting from the low $300,000s, you can customize your resort experience perfectly to your needs. Most come with a private balcony or patio, granite countertops with full backsplash, foyers with tile flooring, upgraded carpeting in living rooms and bedrooms, washer/dryer and covered parking.

And when you're forced to leave your slice of paradise for the outside world, The Heights is conveniently located near Torrey Pines Beach, Torrey Pines Golf Course, the Del Mar Race Track and the Del Mar Heights Shopping Center.

But don't be surprised if you're in a hurry to get back.

If you're looking for a never-ending vacation destination, look no further than The Heights at Carmel Valley. It's not a resort -- it just feels like one. Visit www.HeightsCV.com for more information or call (858) 793-4700.


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