Perfectly located in the quaint coastal community of Del Mar, sits this spectacular, historical Del Mar Home. Built in 1928 but completely remodeled, this spacious 4,379 square foot estate boasts a breathtaking partial ocean view.

San Diego - Del Mar - 901 Highland - Lindsay Dunlap - Historical Del Mar HomeSurrounded by lush greenery and rosebushes, the front entrance of this historical Del Mar home is truly reminiscent of a tranquil garden. A circular driveway leads to the main 4-bedroom, 4-bath home, 3-car garage and detached two-story guesthouse.

The spacious backyard, comes complete with a sparking pool and spa, outdoor fireplace, bubbling fountains and a courtyard, ideal for outdoor entertaining. The over-sized, park-like side yard features a gorgeous 100-year old Australian Roller tree, one of the oldest trees in San Diego, with massive branches and beautiful leaves.

With the vibrant downtown Village filled with amazing restaurants and chic boutiques, Del Mar Race Track and beautiful beaches all within close proximity, this expansive historical Del Mar home has an unbeatable location. The Del Mar racetrack is also a huge attraction during horse racing season, and is a perfect attraction for family and friends to attend.

San Diego - Del Mar - 901 Highland - Lindsay Dunlap - Historical Del Mar Home (2)Coastal Del Mar also features numerous state beaches and lagoons. Torrey Pines State Beach is only a minute or two from Del Mar’s downtown area, and has plenty of parking area, both free and paid. There is also a hiking trail along the Torrey Pines State Park, and inside Crest Canyon, located in what is referred to as the back side of Del Mar. The beaches in Del Mar feature a thriving Giant Sea Kelp Forest, and an abundant fish population. The San Diego River Lagoon also offers another option for those seeking out an experience in a natural environment.

Coastal Del Mar offers the perfect environment for those seeking a serene, sophisticated community with luxurious amenities and a family friendly lifestyle.

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