Welcome to San Diego Blog | September 10, 2019

Sold! The Highest Priced Homes in San Diego County

Are you curious where the most expensive homes are that have sold recently in San Diego? As a real estate professional the most frequent question I am asked is, “What’s happening in the high-end market? Is anything moving?” I’m happy to report that yes, multi-million dollar properties are selling and I’m also happy to report that they are all over the county. It may come as no surprise to you that all are on the or near the coast.

I searched for luxury properties that sold in the last 30 days (August 8 – September 8, 2019) in San Diego County and I found ten properties priced from $5,000,000 to $22,000,000 and located in Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, La Jolla and Coronado. I have not disclosed exact addresses in order to protect the privacy of the new owners. Want more information? Scroll to the bottom of this post.

Here are a few photographs to give you an idea of what your money can get you in our beautiful San Diego area!  Search all of San Diego County

La Jolla
$5,000,000
5 Beds/6 Baths/6,187 SF
S. Cairncross – Berkshire Hathaway

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

La Jolla
5,275,000
5 Beds/6 Baths/5,921 SF
(“Unsplash” Photo)

Del Mar
$5,327,635
4 Beds/4 Baths/3,862 SF
E. Iantorno – Pacific Sotheby’s

Coronado
$5,600,000
5 Beds/6 Baths/5,530 SF
C. Clarke – Willis Allen

 

 

 

 

 

 

La Jolla
$6,500,000 
4 Beds/5 Baths/8,817 SF
A. Rocco – Pacific Sotheby’s

Rancho Santa Fe
$7,895,000
4 Beds/4 Baths/8,083 SF
(Photo by Vita Vilcina on Unsplash)

Rancho Santa Fe
$11,650,000
7 Beds/8 Baths/14,460 SF
(Photo: Elfin Forest)

La Jolla
$20,800,000
6 Beds/6 Baths/11,545 SF
J. Altman – Douglas Elliman RE
Photo: Gary Kasl

Del Mar
$22,000,000
5 Beds/6 Baths/7,625 SF
(“Unsplash” photo)

Contact me for assistance with your San Diego County property search!

 

 


Written by: Arlis W. Travis

Categories: Featured Posts, Luxury Properties, Luxury Properties, San Diego Real Estate

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