San Diego County’s priciest pads top out at $33.9 million
The Los Angeles area isn’t the only hotbed of real estate in the Southland. In March, median home prices in San Diego swelled to $478,000, their highest mark in roughly nine years, according to CoreLogic. Here’s a look at the most expensive properties publicly listed for sale across all of San Diego County.
Once listed for as much as $76 million, this park-like estate atop the bluffs of Del Mar has nearly 400 feet of oceanfront.
Address: 929 Border Ave., Del Mar, 92014
Listed for: $33.9 million for nine bedrooms, six bathrooms in 10,164 square feet (5.6-acre lot)
Features: Colonial-style main house; detached guest house; gated entrance
About the area: In the 92014 ZIP Code, based on 13 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in March was $1.625 million, up 19.5% from March 2015, according to CoreLogic.
Known as Melrose Ranch, this 118-acre estate was once home to Adelaide Fairbanks — daughter of Charles W. Fairbanks, who was Theodore Roosevelt’s vice president.
Address: 16757 Old Guejito Grade Road, Escondido, 92027
Listed for: $28 million for five bedrooms, four bathrooms in 6,500 square feet (118-acre lot)
Features: Six separate residences; formal gardens; horse facilities and riding trails
About the area: In the 92027 ZIP Code, based on 45 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in March was $465,000, up 22.4% from the March 2015, according to CoreLogic.
Four custom dome skylights top this oceanfront estate, designed by architect Don Edson and built in 2003.
Address: 7400 Vista del Mar, La Jolla, 92037
Listed for: $26.58 million for seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms in 8,328 square feet (0.26-acre lot)
Features: 2,085 square feet of outdoor living space; floor-to-ceiling pocket doors; theater room
About the area: In the 90237 ZIP Code, based on 20 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in March was $1.971 million, up 17.6% from March 2015, according to CoreLogic.
— Neal J. Leitereg
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