Most Expensive Homes in Solana Beach

Solana Beach is a small, quiet beach town bordering Del Mar to the south and Encinitas to the north. With it’s perfect climate and excellent beachfront location, house prices can get quite expensive. Here are the top 10 most expensive houses ever sold here.

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1. Pacific Ave, $8,750,000 (2014)

This beautiful beachfront estate is located right on the edge of the bluffs overlooking the ocean. It has 75 feet of coastline, and stunning ocean views from every single room. It features a massive 42 foot saltwater pool, sumptuous master suite, chef’s kitchen, outdoor dining area with grill and 2 fire pits, jacuzzi tub, steam shower and much more.

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2. Pacific Ave, $6,460,000 (2008)

This beautiful beachfront home has two master suites, both with luxurious bathroom lounges, a gourmet kitchen, oceanfront fire pit, cigar veranda, greek day beds,  3 fire places, 2 car garage, 2 wet bars, custom stone and woodwork throughout,  and a lot more.

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3. South Rios Ave, $4,575,000 (2009)

This exquisite custom Tuscan farmhouse design is comprised of components that were all either custom made or imported from Europe. It is over 6,000 square feet, featuring 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, landscaping with many mature olive trees, 2 offices, an exercise room, storage room, outdoor loggia, pool, and spa. All built by master builder Bob Mueller.

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4. Pacific Ave, $4,550,000 (2010)

With 50 feet of ocean frontage and 180 degree ocean views, this house easily makes this list. With a uniquely massive kitchen and bar with a 50 inch plasma screen, 700 bottle temperature controlled wine cellar, full guest suite and much more, this house is perfect for those who love having guests.

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5. Pacific Ave, $4,500,000 (2010)

This incredible beachfront home has 4 bedrooms, an office, playroom, wine cellar, new designed Honduran mahogany kitchen, wood flooring throughout, and tremendous curb appeal. There is also an outdoor fireplace and shower, and 3 level laundry chute, and essentially anything else you might possibly require.

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6. Pacific Ave, $4,250,000 (2011)

This custom, 4 bedroom 4 bathroom house was built by architect Jim Sneed, interior designer Lena Brion, builder Bob Dana and geotech engineers Walt Crampton and Bill Dobbins, using only the finest materials available.

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7. Pacific Ave, $3,860,000 (2006)

This 4 bedroom 2 bathroom house has a Scandinavian gourmet kitchen, viking appliance, maple cabinetry, black granite countertops, and high tech lighting throughout!

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8. Palmitas Street, $3,850,000 (2013) *

This large 5,500+ square foot home embodies all of the best of Southern California living. 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, pool, spa, guest house, great room, family room, 4 car garage, built-in BBQ outside, with fridge, sink and more, all with lush tropical landscaping and a huge double lot.

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9. Pacific Ave, $3,783,150 (2007)

50 feet of ocean frontage pretty much says it all about this 4 bedroom 3 bathroom Santa Fe style home.

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10. Nardo Ave, $3,675,000 (2008)

This contemporary island home boast breathtaking views of both the ocean to the west and mountains to the east. Has a guest house, 4 car garage, entertainment deck, huge pool with waterfall, 4 fireplaces, 3 wet bars, a professional kitchen and more, securing it a place on this list.

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