With a subtle nod to its modernist architectural design, this stylish contemporary estate in the La Jolla Shores is certain to amaze. Located on a small cul-de-sac in one of San Diego’s most prestigious neighborhoods, 2312 Camino Del Collado is truly a rare find.

A generous 3,700 square foot floor plan, that consists of 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths allow for a free flowing living experience. Famed San Diego architect Norman Applebaum’s influence in the home is profound. Taking California Modernism principles of outdoor & indoor living, blended with the natural elements of the site make this contemporary estate creative but highly functional.

A local La Jolla interior design firm created a brilliant space that emphasizes the breath taking sight lines, and available ambient lighting. The entire home site was re-imagined, beginning outside with the sports court & playhouse, to the ultra-private fully enclosed yard with salt water pool and spa. The casually refined entry way and staircase serves as a key architectural feature of home, separating the living quarters. An informal living room can be appreciated by both bedrooms on the ground floor level. The main living area on the second level features a contemporary open kitchen design, complimented by a full suite of Miele appliances. An exquisite master, with custom showers and fixtures are sure to impress.

What I really love about this contemporary estate is the location. Mere minutes away from Kellogg Park & the La Jolla Shores beach & tennis club one of CA most treasured beach front resorts, where you can enjoy the surf and sand without the crowds. This exclusive resort is the central hub for all things social in La Jolla. Fine dining at the Marine room, famous for the pounding waves, along with numerous other culinary delights on Avenida De La Playa, lifestyle options in the Shores are plentiful.

This comfortable family contemporary estate is a unique combination of modern design and traditional functionality. An exceptional estate!

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