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Newly retired NFL referee Ed Hochuli puts two San Diego condos in play at $5.1 million

Ed Hochuli, the attorney and newly retired NFL referee, has put two condominiums in a beachfront San Diego complex on the market for a combined $5.09 million.

For those already missing Ed Hochuli’s massive arms and lengthy penalty explanations after his recent retirement announcement, the former NFL referee has jumped in another game. He has listed a pair of condominiums in San Diego for sale.

Found within a contemporary beachfront complex on Mission Beach, the condos are being sold separately with the potential for a combined purchase, according to listing details.

The upper unit, listed for $2.695 million, offers 1,750 square feet of living space, wall-to-wall windows and sweeping views of the ocean. The main level is an open floor plan that holds an updated kitchen, a dining area and a living room with a fireplace.


Sliding glass doors in the master suite open to one of two private patios. The condo has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.

The lower unit, listed for $2.395 million, has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and nearly 1,400 square feet of interior. There are ocean views from the kitchen/living room area and the master bedroom.

A ground-level patio faces the beach and boardwalk.

Traci Stevens of San Diego Realty Consultants is the listing agent for both properties, according to the MLS.


Hochuli, 67, had been officiating NFL games since 1990 before retiring in March. He was the longest-serving referee in the league and worked two Super Bowls during his career.

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