Yeah, we could live here.
The current owner never used the air conditioner, choosing to open the doors to enjoy the ocean breeze.
Spectacular sunsets with the sound of crashing waves!
This couch is clearly facing the wrong direction for a view.
The home is located at the foot of Marine Street in La Jolla. Most of us know that as the cross street with the Rigoberto's on La Jolla Blvd.
The home is 8,328 square feet. That doesn't count 2,085 feet of outdoor space.
Is this the kitchen of your dreams? There are plenty of spaces for kids and guests to hang out while the chef is cooking.
The house is modeled after old Santorini architecture, with arched windows, clean rounded lines, and two iconic domes. How many domes does your house have?
They call it a "million-dollar view" but this view is worth $22+ million.
The current owner is from Arizona. This is his second home. We'd like to see his first home.
This is a three-story home. If you can't handle the stairs, there's an elevator.
Beach and grass in the backyard: the best of both worlds.
Buyers from all over the world have shown interest in the home.
What makes this property unique is its 104 feet of shoreline, more than most of the homes in the area.
Wouldn't you love to have a seat and enjoy the view?
You can hire a musician to play that grand piano while you cook dinner.
At 13 x 15, the dining room is one of the smallest rooms in the house. Looks pretty big to us!
The home was completed in 2004 and is being sold by its first owner.