San Diego County has some pretty pricey real estate. Our great climate and beautiful coastline make this an incredible place to live. What are San Diego’s most expensive homes? Here are the top eight currently up for sale. What makes these eight homes such high-ticket items? How about ocean front locations, hundreds of acres, garages that hold 30 cars, and enough square footage for all of the horses in the Breeder’s Cup plus their riders and grooms.
11495 Cypress Canyon Rd, San Diego
Listed for $20,000,000 this Scripps Ranch home has parking bays for 30 plus cars. It also sits on 40 acres with development potential. So, if you are a car aficionado or a home developer, this might be the home for you!
2160 Balboa Ave, Del Mar
This 8,000-square-foot, Del Mar beauty offers panoramic ocean views, exquisite architecture and a 10-car garage. Built in 2015 and located on over half an acre, this home is an entertainer’s delight. The seller will entertain offers from $18,000,000 to $22,500,000.
100 Stratford Ct, Del Mar
With an asking price of $24,900,000, this newly built Mediterranean home boasts over 6,000 square feet on the bluff overlooking the Pacific. The one-acre lot includes a guest house, extensive decks and patios to take advantage of the wonderful view, a salt water pool, and numerous amenities.
110 15th St, Del Mar
This Del Mar home has an asking price of $24,995,000 and combines historical and modern architecture. If offers ocean views and a convenient location walking distance to Del Mar restaurants and shops.
7010 El Camino del Norte, Rancho Santa Fe
Listed at $30,000,000, this 8,148-square-foot home is located on one of the largest parcels in Rancho Santa Fe with 61 acres. The unique home was designed by architect Fred Briggs. It is located on a private hilltop with 360-degree views surrounded by Valencia orange groves, a private lake, guest house, tennis courts and equestrian facilities.
2936 Ocean Front, Del Mar
This Del Mar home with a price tag of $35,000,000 is truly ocean front with 80 feet of frontage and a three-quarter acre lot. It includes an Olympic sized pool, a two-bedroom guest house and forever ocean and coastal views.
1830 Rincon Ave, Escondido
This $37,750,000 property is a 290-acre, self-sustaining working farm located on a secluded mountaintop in Escondido. It has 300-degree views, water and mineral rights, onsite wells, even a helipad at its summit.
17111 El Vuelo, Rancho Santa Fe
Built by architect Guy Dreier and taking seven years to complete, this 23,500-square-foot estate has an asking price of $39,900,000 to $44,975,000. Located on a 22-acre-parcel in Rancho Santa Fe, this modern estate features walls of glass to take in the sweeping views, a detached two bedroom guest house, a separate staff quarters, spectacular sculptures, tennis court, sports court, pool, elevator, a citrus grove, even a vast array of solar panels to keep energy costs at bay.
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