BEDROOMS: 4 |
BATHS: 3.5 |
SF: 3,150 |
BUILT: 2004 |
Single-Level Executive Home.
Professionally designed inside and out to take advantage of San
Diego's coastal climate for relaxed, carefree living. Built around a
lush courtyard and backing onto a rugged canyon, the home features
dual sets of French doors and numerous large windows to capture
bright light and peaceful views from every room. Mature landscaping
and deeded open space create a private, natural setting that is rare
in newer communities.
The home is on an elevated lot at the end of a cul-de-sac in a
quiet, upscale neighborhood overlooking Carlsbad down to the Pacific
Ocean. The home and gardens have been meticulously maintained. The
home features high-quality upgrades and finishes, such as
hand-distressed walnut floors, a chef’s kitchen with GE Monogram
stainless steel appliances, custom built-in entertainment system in
African mahogany, Casablanca “Panama” ceiling fans, white plantation
shutters and much more.
All four baths were updated 2013-14. Spa-like master bath features
slab white Silestone vanity counters, soaking tub deck and shower
walls as well as split-face marble backsplashes. Glass rain shower
has a tumbled “Bali Black” lava stone floor. All faucets and
fixtures are from the Restoration Hardware “Modern” series. All
sinks and toilets are Kohler. Secondary baths feature Caesarstone
The low-maintenance landscape includes a custom wrought-iron
courtyard entry gate, diamond-cut patio and sidewalks, “Wolf Creek”
flagstone pavers and extensive use of California natives and
drought-tolerant Mediterranean trees, shrubs and perennials.
The 2.9-kilowatt SunPower “Signature” photovoltaic solar panel
system has yielded net-zero annual electric bills since installation
Rural feel, yet easy access to everything: just five minutes to the
new La Costa Town Square shopping center and 10 minutes to freeways
and San Diego County’s best beaches. Local schools are top-rated: La
Costa Meadows Elementary School, San Elijo Middle School and the
newly built San Marcos High School campus.