Lake Como Villa - G218 at North Coast Village
Enjoy marvelous views of the ocean, pool, stream, & gardens from the balcony of this south-facing, 2 BR, single-level beach condo. An end unit with an extra window and light in bedrooms, this beautiful beach condo has been refurnished with new designer carpet, paint, tile, comfortable hide-a-bed sofa, pillow-top beds, and luxury appointments. Lake Como Villa is a serene and relaxing retreat for your Southern California beach vacation!
North Coast Village is located between the Oceanside Harbor and the Oceanside Pier, and is a favorite destination for vacationers from around the world. The complex consists of nine four-story buildings surrounded by two-story cottages, on several acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. You are just steps from the sand; there are no roads to cross-this is an OCEANFRONT COMPLEX! Swim in the large heated pool (one of two pools and spas), or enjoy a romantic walk on one of the most beautiful stretches of beach in Southern California.
Experience spectacular sunsets and enjoy a relaxing dinner along the picturesque adjacent harbor which features several excellent restaurants, great live music, and fun and unique shopping. There are also kayak, boat, and paddle boat rentals, and fishing or whale watching excursions. At the end of the Oceanside Pier you'll find Ruby's, a fun family restaurant.
North Coast Village offers billiards, ping pong, a fitness center with sauna, and a barbecue area overlooking the pool for parties. You will also find reserved garage parking, cable television, a recreation center, clubhouse with kitchen, massive stone fireplace and cedar walls, as well as laundry facilities.
Within a short drive, visit Disneyland & California Adventure, Knott's Berry Farm, Universal Studios, Magic Mountain, Balboa Island, La Jolla, Mission San Juan Capistrano, Mission Luis Rey, Queen Mary, San Diego State Parks, San Diego Wild Animal Park, Legoland, Sea World, The Flower Fields of Carlsbad, Temecula Wine Country, San Diego Zoo, Del Mar Racetrack, Coronado Island, Oceanside Harbor, Birch Aquarium at Scripp's Institute of Oceanography, and Palomar Observatory.