7851 Caminito El Rosario, La Jolla Heights
3bd 3ba 2,200 sqft
Cool, calm, & sophisticated, this completely redone 2 story townhome is a prized La Jolla find. Every detail was carefully selected for this home. Panoramic glass doors overlook an amazing ocean view, complimented by a private deck. Special attention was lavished in the gourmet kitchen with premium finishes & fixtures including a Wolf 6 burner gas range, custom cabinetry, Subzero refrigerator, built-in microwave, & sleek quartz countertops. This home is ideal for enjoying the La Jolla lifestyle.
The agents at Felicia Lewis Group collaborate to tell your story in a more innovative way than any other real estate team in California. Each dedicated professional has a specific and vital role to play in selling your home. Our customized marketing plan is specific to each home's personality and has proven to be our winning strategy for your success.
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Felicia Lewis Group is the next generation of full-service real estate lifestyle companies specializing in residential properties. What sets Felicia Lewis Group apart from the rest is possessing a comprehensive, global view of the market and how best to position a property for maximum value by bringing the potential of every home to the forefront. Agents at Felicia Lewis Group work in a collaborative, not competitive fashion so that each client has the benefit of the talents of the whole company. Felicia Lewis Group strongly believes that their culture of utilizing leading technologies and modern media strategies along with skilled negotiation in a culture of collaboration makes for a winning experience for every client.
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