Most Expensive Homes Ever Sold in Rancho Santa Fe

The 92067 area code is as famous as it is expensive. With its Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean Revival styles of architecture, this beautiful community boasts some of the largest homes in San Diego, and is host to many high-profile residents.

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1. El Camino del Norte, $21,500,000 (2007)

This massive home is situated on over 19 acres of land. It has a separate 3 bedroom guest house, 2 pools, a separate apartment, garden walks, flowering arched colonnades, fountains, waterfalls, formal rose garden, full equestrian facilities and much more. With beautiful views from all sides, it is no wonder as to why it’s number one on this list.

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2. Rancho Valencia, $17,775,000 (2002)

This massive estate is almost 17,000 square feet. It is comprised of 4 freestanding structures on around 10 acres, featuring 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, library, gym, office, living room, dining room, wine cellar, butler’s pantry, gourmet kitchen, billiards room, home theater, conservatory, guest house, horse barn, sauna, and pretty much anything else you could ever think of.

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3. Lago Vista, $17,000,000 (2004)

This massive 8 bedroom 13 bathroom Tuscan estate was built by renowned architect Matin Taraz. It has spectacular views, large guest house, game room, wine cellar, gym, game room, tennis court, and much more.

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4. Circa Oriente, $16,000,000 (2007)

This 16,000 square foot estate has a whopping 10 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. It also has waterfalls, a regulation-sized tennis pavilion, meandering garden paths, an olympic sized pool, three guest houses, gourmet kitchen, 2 story office, full gym, sauna, 14 car garage, and of course, a spot on this list.

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5. Camino del Norte, $16,000,000 (2006)

This 38 acre equestrian estate is a horse lover’s dream. It has a state of the art breeding facility, 3 barns, 4 apartments, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a trophy room, wine cellar, tennis court, pool, cabana, and more.

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6. Las Colinas, $15,000,000 (2008)

This huge 14,000 square foot estate has 10 bedrooms, 16 bedrooms, 5 acres of sprawling lawns, fragrant gardens, lemon groves, infinity pool and spa, full size tennis court, a wine cellar and separate tasting room, 7 car garage, his and her offices, and plenty more.

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7. Via Roswitha, $14,500,000 (2006)

Designed by architect Edward Grenzbach, this 9 bedroom 6 bathroom estate has expansive windows with excellent views from all sides. It is comprised of the main house, a guest house, and also a staff house, and has a pool, BBQ, wet bar, fully equipped gym, and more!

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8. Calle Feliz, $14,125,000 (2004)

This beautiful home includes the main house, guest house, green house, tennis court, pool, spa, 7 stall barn, 4500 square foot party room, car barn/ second horse barn, bath atrium, gym, 2 wine cellars, gourmet kitchen, casita, theater, and more.

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9. Roxbury Terrace, $14,000,000 (2007)

The legacy of rich European elegance has been captured here in this renovated estate. The house includes the main house, guest house tennis court, pool, spa, greenhouse, 7 stall barn, 4 parcels on 14.5 Cov Ac w/ 2nd house & car barn.

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10. Los Mirlitos, $13,000,000 (2014)

This 21,000 square foot house, situated on 9 acres, has it all. Golf, Tennis, Swimming, and more, it is essentially your own private country club.

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Most Expensive Homes Ever Sold in Encinitas

With its beachfront location and perfect climate, Encinitas is one of Southern California’s most desirable places of residence. Combine the location with its great food, plentiful beaches and parks, and tons of shops and other things to do, it it no surprise that to live in this area you are going to be doling out quite a bit of dough. Here are the top 10 most expensive homes sold here.

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1. Neptune Avenue, $10,500,000

The “Crescent” is a world famous Wally Cunningham design that combines the symphonic resonance of the sea by curvilinear architectural elements. The 6,500 square foot masterpiece sprawls over a double oceanfront lot, capturing the energy, essence, movement and calmness of the Pacific in every living space. Outdoor spaces meld into the interior seamlessly, allowing peaceful travel to another world.

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2. Neptune Avenue, $8,500,000

Enter this estate and enjoy the rolling lawn and beautiful custom home on double lot with expansive coastline. This home was extensively remodeled inside and out over the past year, including new Merbau wood and tile flooring, updated kitchen, bathrooms, and lighting.

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3. Neptune Ave, $7,199,000

This masterpiece is the perfect entertainment home. It is 5,221 square feet with a tiki hut and putting green. The architecture and landscaping give a topical theme to the home.

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4. 4th Street, $6,600,000

Oceanfront Acre with 200 ft of linear coastline & unobstructed views from the surf to the horizon. Architect DiDonato Assoc & James Berggren Const have developed a unique blend of Mediterranean & contemporary design that has resulted in a home that offers breathtaking views from every room! There are 5 large bedroom suites, 6 baths plus 2 powder rooms, 3 car garage & elevator to access all floors.

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5. 234 5th Street, $6,480,000

Originally designed for the owner, this home received the highest level of attention and resources at every phase. Clean, contemporary design, exquisite finishes, magnificent interior spaces, large usable lot w/mature landscaping, spa, sauna, guest house, & extensive decks and patios.

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6. Neptune Avenue, $6,450,000

Spectacular Contemporary Oceanfront Home with unparalleled panoramic ocean views. Fortified by a $1.1 million state-of-the-art seawall and featuring the world-class brands Dornbracht, Siematic, Miele, Silestone, Petra Antiqua, Alfredo Salvatori, Artistic Tile, Provenza and more, this newly built home exudes passion in every detail. With expansive open spaces, vaulted ceilings and wall-to-wall disappearing glass doors this is truly the Most Pristine Contemporary Home that exists on the bluff.

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7. 4th Street, $6,175,000

Blending classic Mediterranean style and intimate gathering spaces within, this exquisite 4BD/3.5BA, 4255 SF home is perfectly situated on a rare oceanfront double lot with soaring views over the Pacific. An extremely rare location with beach access just steps from the door, charming bistros, boutique shopping, coffee shops, Whole Foods, just a short walk to all that the village of Encinitas has to offer, yet secluded and private, just above the sea with sweeping ocean views.

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8. Neptune Avenue, $6,097,337

This home has many features including gourmet kitchen, bar/library, living room, dining area – all w/ocean views! Stunningly beautiful master suite w/bar, euro modern tub w/plantation shutters & view to sea. Ocean front deck with expansive Pacific views featuring a gas fire pit and plenty of space for lounging.

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9. 4th Street, $6,000,000

Nothing conveys luxury like living right on the beach — front row seating. Walls of glass, a lighted “floating” staircase and the largest ocean-front patio in Encinitas provide unbelievably beautiful views up & down the Coast. The ocean-facing Great Room with fireplace and Gourmet Kitchen are where all the living takes place in this awesome 4,530 square foot California Contemporary with unlimited ocean views.

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10. 5th Street, $5,600,000

Smashing oceanfront home including adjoining lot. Extensive remodel in 2001 creates a wonderful ambiance for entertaining and living.Australian woods used on floors and tasteful landscapes used extensively.

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Most Expensive Homes Ever Sold in La Jolla

La Jolla, which means “the jewel” in Spanish, is an affluent neighborhood in San Diego.  Its temperate climate allows year-round enjoyment of recreational actives from tennis and golf as well as some of the best surf in the country. The area is blessed with hills surrounded on three sides by beach and shoreline, allowing magnificent surf, sea, sunset and coastline views to many of its residents making it some of the most expensive property in San Diego. Here are the top 10 most expensive houses ever sold in La Jolla.

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1. La Jolla Farms, $23,500,000 (2005)

Escape to a private gated peninsula high above the Pacific where exceptional architecture, finest craftsmanship & exquisite materials blend harmoniously to create an estate irreplaceable at this price. 25,000 sq. ft. of French limestone indoors & outdoors, antique European fountains 5+ oceanfront acres.

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2. La Jolla Farms Road, $18,500,000 (2013)

Extraordinary single level ocean front contemporary estate nestled on a premium 2.58 acre bluff top site in La Jolla Farms. This Arthur Porras designed 4 building compound has sitdown views of La Jolla Cove from all major rooms. Incredible architectural detail throughout, exotic woods, faux finishes, incredible volume and indoor/outdoor flow, pool/spa and one-of-kind MP/TV industry standard home theatre dazzle once you enter the giant doors into 50 foot plus entry w/high ceilings.

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3. Spindrift, $18,150,000 (2009)

This masterpiece is built on the bluff maximizing its priceless location and overlooking some of North America’s best ocean views and one of San Diego’s most prized beaches.Every luxury amenity and detail has been thoughtfully included throughout the interior and exterior of the home, from the Motor Court, to the Great Room, to the Boat House. This home is perfectly designed for indoor and outdoor entertaining.

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4. Camino De La Costa, $17,900,000 (2005)

Unquestionably one of La Jolla’s most spectacular new oceanfront estates, this dazzling curvilinear residence offers magnificent panoramic views and state-of-the-art architectural design created with careful craftsmanship of the world’s finest materials. Built on a two-lot site,’Seaview’ was created as its owners’ dream residence.

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5. Idle Hour Lane, $17,760,000 (2005)

This one will take your breath away. A complete world unto its own. Grand English Manor in pastoral setting w/meticulous details throughout. Extensive grounds w/mature landscaping reminiscent of Monet’s gardens.

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6. Whale Watch Way, $17,750,000 (2006)

This architecturally stunning contemporary residence features walls of glass that accentuate unparalleled panoramic views from La Jolla Cove to the whitewaters of La Jolla Shores & beyond. It has 5 exceptional bedroom suites, 6 full baths plus 3 powder rooms, elevator, theatre, office, art room, 3000 bottle wine cellar.

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7. Camino De La Costa, $17,350,613 (2009)

A truly rare and stunning oceanfront compound with direct access to a secluded sandy beach.Impossible to duplicate today, this magnificent gated residence was recently remodeled to perfection. People visiting think of a Four Seasons Resort with all of the finest finishes and amenities.

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8. Dunemere Drive, $16,500,000

Spanish Colonial beachfront estate perfectly situated on 1.4 lush acres spanning to mean high tide. The estate (main house & detached guest house) sits behind an iron gate on a peaceful street in LJ’s Barber Tract affording privacy rarely found with beachfront property.

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9. Camino De La Costa, $16,250,000 (2013)

This is a rare oceanfront home that has gone through brand new construction on Camino De La Costa. With breath taking views and stunning architecture, it is sure to be one of La Jolla’s finest homes.

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This is an absolutely magnificent, completely renovated Olde World masterpiece featuring spectacular ocean, whitewater, North Shore & La Jolla Village views from nearly every room! Extraordinary craftsmanship and intricate custom detailing throughout the entire house.

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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.

Most Expensive Homes in Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley is a wealthy, master-planned community in the north-western portion of San Diego. Although it was only very recently developed, it has already boasted some of the most expensive homes sold in the county.

 

 

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1. Rancho Verde Trail, $9,200,000 (2007)

This single level estate was designed by Richard Doan. It features 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a 5 car garage, theater, wine cellar, guest quarters, lagoon style pool and spa, and much more. And with its panoramic ocean and sunset views, it’s no question as to why it’s number 1 on this list.

 

 

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2. Rancho Del Mar Trail, $8,250,000 (2009)

Another beautiful design by Richard Doan. This house features a full chef’s kitchen, theater, wine cellar, game room, 6 car garage, separate guest house, and a pool and spa with waterfalls and beach entry.

 

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3. Rancho Del Mar Trail, $7,500,000 (2012)

Yet another design by acclaimed home builder Richard Doan, who drew inspiration from Tuscany’s old world charm. This one is located on premium 1 acre lot with stunning views from all sides of the golf courses, mountains, and of course Pacific ocean.

 

 

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4. Rancho Las Brisas Trail, $7,500,000 (2005)

This massive 12,000 square foot home is located on a 1.31 acre lot with views looking out over the Fairbanks golf course, mountains, and Pacific Ocean. Buffered by acres of open space, peace and privacy are of high concern with this property. This 7 bedroom 7 bathroom is an entertainer’s paradise.

 

 

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5. Rancho Del Mar Trail, $7,300,000 (2007)

Fashioned by award-winning Kachay homes, this estate reflects elegance in every regard. It has expansive limestone flooring, carved marble fireplaces, coffered ceilings, artful iron balustrades, built in heat lamps and much more.

 

 

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6. Rancho Del Mar Trail, $6,700,000 (2014)

A panoramic view setting, 6 car garage, separate guest house,  professional entertainment room, game room, collector quality wine cellar, his and her offices, gym, and spa master bath easily earn this beautiful home a spot on the list.

 

 

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7. Rancho Del Mar Trail, $6,700,000 (2006)

This property combines luxurious, spacious design and quality workmanship. It also has an office, theater, wine cellar, and a bar.

 

 

 

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8. Caminito Pacifica Trail, $6,450,000 (2003)

This massive 11,000 square foot house is located on a spacious 2.14 acres. It has excellent views, a gourmet kitchen that open into a large family room, movie theater, game room, wine room, entertainment pavilion, pool, spa, and an 8 car garage!

 

 

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9. Rancho Del Mar Trail, $6,400,000 (2014)

This home is an entertainer’s dream. Filled with state of the art electronics throughout, both indoor and outdoor. 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms with beautiful panoramic views, pool, spa, theater, putting green, and much more.

 

 

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10. Rancho Del Mar Trail, $6,375,000 (2005)

This 6 bedroom and 7 bathroom single story home features a bar, game room, theater, pool, spa, library, marble fireplaces, wine cellar, huge walk-in pantry, 5 car garage, and pretty much anything else you could ask for in a home.

Most Expensive Homes Sold in Del Mar

With its sub-tropic Mediterranean climate and white-sand beachfront location, Del Mar is one of the most desirable places to live, in the world. Needless to say house prices are very high in general, but here is a list of the most expensive homes ever sold here.

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1. Ocean Front Ave, $48,150,000 (2007)

This massive home, over 10,000 square feet, sits on 120 feet of beachfront. This structural compound is comprised of five separate structures, and includes a family residence, health spa, tennis court, theater, pool, greenhouse, and two guest houses! There isn’t too much surprise as to why dream home sits comfortably on the top of this list.

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2. Ocean Front Ave, $18,750,000 (2007)

This beachfront architectural masterpiece harmoniously maximizes the usage of both the interior and exterior spaces. Upon entry you’re taken into a beautiful courtyard featuring a stone bridge that takes you over a lap pool and leads you to the front door. The curved front of the house mimics and accentuates the waves of the ocean, which are visible from all primary living and sleeping areas.

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3. Ocean Front Ave, $18,000,000 (2006)

This Large beachfront home is both finely crafted and in an extremely desirable location.

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4. Camino Del Mar, $16,250,000 (2012)

This beautiful Spanish style home includes a large pool, 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and much much more!

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5. Sandy Lane, $16,000,000 (2014)

This beautiful beach compound sits behind the gates of the Sandy Lane community. This is an original Russell Forester design, built in 1950. This house includes a beachfront patio, three bedroom main residence, pool, cabana, guest house, and much more.

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6. Ocean Front Ave, $15,995,000 (2008)

This 3+ bedroom home has been recently rebuilt and sits right on the beach. Custom materials such as granite and limestone can be observed throughout the home. Includes an extensive lighting system and parking for more than 4 cars.

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7. Ocean Front Ave, $15,750,000 (2004)

This spacious 6 bedroom 4 bathroom house sits on a 7500+ square foot lot with 70 feet of beach front. Incredible brick front patio and much more.

 

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8. Avenida Primavera, $14,500,000 (2014)

This massive estate is over 10,000 square feet and was built over a hundred years ago. This is a quintessential mission revival style home featuring high ceilings, wood floors, and fireplaces throughout. Designed by architect John C. Austin, this home is on the National Registry of Historic places.

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9. Sandy Lane, $14,000,000 (2009)

Another Sandy Lane home. At 4,000 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, a house this big is a rare find on the beach. Featuring 50 feet of beach front, new carpeting, painting, and a resurfaced patio, this is makes it onto the top 10.

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10. Ocean Front Ave, $11,250,000 (2013)

Originally designed by Dean Meredith. Designer furnishings and artwork included, with exotic marble and granite throughout. A very lavish master bedroom, 50 feet of beach frontage, 18 foot glass fire pit, and parking for 5 or more cars.