This stylish Tudor-style home has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a bonus room and an office. It is over 12,000 SF lot, situated on a large cul-de-sac road and nestled in an elite neighborhood of Stallion’s Crossing which is located in a private area behind the community of Del Mar to the north of Carmel Valley & at the start of the prestigious & highly-regarded Rancho Santa Fe Community.
Coffered ceilings above the dining area
Wolf Kitchen Appliances
It has state-of-the-art Wolf appliances & more, creating a kitchen that people who love to entertain guests can only dream about. It boasts a water filtration system that runs throughout the house, custom ironwork and woodwork.
Fireplaces in living room, family room & sitting room in the master’s bedroom
This beautiful home has 2 balconies – where one looks over the Del Mar fairgrounds that stretch to embrace the vast blue of the Pacific Ocean in a picturesque view.
Large Pool Size Yard with Waterfall & Jacuzzi
It includes a flawlessly landscaped property with waterfall that cascades directly into a relaxing & sumptuous Jacuzzi.
Extremely Private & Gated Community
It is also home to many excellent walking trails and features a pristine coastal boardwalk that provides a spectacular view for both neighborhood residents and nature enthusiasts alike.
Surrounded By Dedicated Open Space & Trails
Perfect for a family, this home is ideally positioned to enjoy the proximity to the world-famous 2-mile stretch of the Del Mar Beach, The Bluffs, and the Torrey Pines State Park. It is one of the most highly-sought after spots in Southern California for people who love watersports. The area is also a critical nursery habitat for some of the world’s endangered species of ocean fish and birds who used to span from Siberia to South America, such as the Light-Footed Clapper Rail, the California Least Turn, and the California Brown Pelican. The nearby San Dieguito Lagoon is a beautiful coastal estuary with over two hundred acres of wetland, which has been recently restored. This lagoon is situated near the San Dieguito water-park, which stretches well over 55 miles from Julian to the PacificOcean, and it only manages to increase San Diego’s already beautiful natural landscape.