Sale of Contemporary Residence on the Edge of its’ Own Sea Bluff Places it Among San Diego’s Most Expensive Property Sales
Situated on the edge of cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the contemporary residence located at 9828 La Jolla Farms Road in La Jolla, California has sold for $15,250,000, placing it among San Diego’s most expensive property sales. The listing was held by Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty’s Robert Andrews, DRE #01186977, and Terri Andrews, DRE #01171973. Craig Lotzof, DRE #01211688, and Marc Lotzof, DRE #1046166, of the Lotzof Group at Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer.
“It was an honor to represent our sellers on this incredible property. It requires a high level of experience and support to navigate a sale of this caliber. Our constant focus is on communication with our clients to ensure their success through every step of the transaction,” says Terri.
“Our company is a culture of like-minded people who respect one another and the integrity of our industry. The advantages and opportunities that we offer as part of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty and the Sotheby’s International Realty brand allow us to serve the best interests of clients and ensure them success,” adds Robert.
Commanding views of the ocean, sunsets, and sandy beach below through vast walls of glass are paired with copious outdoor terraces, which only enhance the continuity to its natural environment.
Designed by Ken Ronchetti, this once-in-a-lifetime residence blends contemporary, warmth, and elegant styles seamlessly. Built in 2003, the home’s 8,627 square feet of living space includes a guest house and studio, 2,932 square-feet of stone terraces, decks, and balconies, a gated private driveway for ingress/egress, and a 1,071 square-foot, 3-car garage with storage from the gated motor court.
“It was a great opportunity to work with Terri and Bob Andrews to bring our clients together,” says Craig. “We are thrilled to see our buyers achieve their lifelong dream of owning this legacy coastal home, which by many experts is considered to be one of the most architecturally significant homes in Southern California.”