About the property
- House5000 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 6 nights
Sleeps 15 with 10 Beds and 4 Baths.Close to Beaches,Bay and Downtown
Wonderful for families with children and great for corporate visitors. This luxury, six-bedroom, four-bath home, with 9 real beds and one sleeper sofa, sleeps 15 total.
We offer crib, 2 pack and plays, baby swing, cradle, and plenty of toys and books for little ones.
This house is in an upscale neighborhood at the top of Point Loma, has not only a fantastic view but a panoramic one: of San Diego's skyline, Coronado Bay Bridge, San Diego Bay, and the Laguna Mountains. This view is visible from the dining room, living room, kitchen, family room, master bedroom, den, and the home's three decks. Please note we do not allow large events at this home past 9 pm...daytime only.
In addition, the living room, dining room, and family room (all with fireplaces) open onto the largest of the three decks - a spacious place to barbecue, dine, lounge, and watch the boats on San Diego Bay.
The house has a full "LifeSource" water filtration system with salt-free water softener to provide high quality water from every sink, shower and washing machine, and also provides great tasting chemical-free drinking water. The kitchen has a new Jenn-Air range, two new microwaves, dishwasher, and all the small appliances you have at home: mixer, electric can opener, coffee maker, toaster, juicer, blender and basic staples. The kitchen connects to the formal dining room and family room and all three have a view of the city skyline, mountains, Coronado bridge, and bay.
The family room has its own deck, fireplace, cable TV, and DVD. It is conveniently next to the kitchen dining area and the home's largest deck - a great place for barbecuing and large-group activities.
The formal living room also has a fireplace, the spectacular cityscape view, and opens onto the spacious deck. The formal dining, with same view, adjoins.
The second-floor master suite has its own deck, a panoramic view of the bay, gas fireplace, California king-size bed, queen-size hide-a-bed, and large desk. The master bath has a Jacuzzi tub, separate shower with bench, two sinks, and large, cedar, walk-in closet.
A separate sleeping area upstairs has a double-size bed and sitting area with view - a perfect area for privacy.
There are three first-floor bedrooms: The first has a queen-size bed and bath/shower. A second bedroom a queen bedand large bay window. The third bedroom has a cal king bed. These bedrooms have California closets installed. There is another bathroom with a shower/tub between bedroom two and three.
A den off the formal living room has a view of the city and bay, a fireplace, a queen-size sofa bed, and double French doors - a great room for the kids.
This home also has a small yard off the main deck, a laundry room with washer and dryer, a barbecue, and plenty of parking.
This home is close to surfing, tide pools, a skateboard park, Cabrillo National Monument, Point Loma Lighthouse, deep-sea fishing and diving, sailing, kayaking, tennis, and golf.
Sea World, Mission Bay, and Sail Bay are just across the bridge. On the bay side of the point, pick up a deep-sea fishing charter in the old Portuguese fishing village of Point Loma, home to the San Diego Yacht Club and Humphrey's By the Bay on Shelter Island.
A short scenic drive from Point Loma around the harbor takes you to the airport, Harbor Island, and the downtown waterfront. On this beautiful bay, you can tour the Aircraft Carrier Museum, the Santa Maria replica, the old Star of India sailing ship, or take a harbor cruise. Stroll further down the bay past cruise ship docks to Seaport Village to eat, shop, or just have an espresso at Upstart Crow, a family-owned bookstore.
Continue south to the waterfront park for the outdoor concerts, or take the ferry across the bay to Coronado Island for lunch or dinner. Walk up Broadway to Horton Plaza, guaranteed a one-of-a-kind mall. A few blocks away is the Gas Lamp District with its great old architecture, sidewalk restaurants, and teeming nightlife.
If you take the Laurel exit off Harbor Drive and follow it up the steep hill to its end, you will be in Balboa Park, home of the San Diego Zoo, Old Globe Theater, Japanese Garden, Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, IMAX Theater, and eight museums. Presidio Park and Old Town, the first European settlement in California, are just two exits north of Laurel.
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- Feb 28, 2018
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Large home with beautiful views but consider-
This house is large with beautiful views. My one complaint is the kitchen. The cupboards, counter top and appliances are VERY old and not up to par for the price. There is white carpeting throughout the entire house which is difficult to keep clean in such a large rental. Besides that it was a nice place. Lisa Karmazin at Wanderlust Vacation Homes was great!
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