756 Jamaica Ct - MLS# 190019746 - SDLookup.com

756 Jamaica Ct


San Diego, CA 92109
MLS # 190019746

General Info
Price:
$2,488,000   
Status:
Active
Type:
Home
Year Built:
2008
Area:
Pacific Beach & Mission Beach Real Estate
Listing
MLS#:
190019746
Days on Market:
43
Listed:
04/12/2019
Size
Beds/Baths:
5 / 6
Est Square Feet:
2,617 sf
PPSF:
$951
Lot Size:
4,880 sf
Acres:
0.110
Additional Information
View:
Ocean
Parking:
Attached
Room Dimensions
Kitchen:
20x8
Dining:
8x10
Living Room:
30x10
Family Room:
12x10
Master Bedroom:
20x20
Bed 2:
15x15
Bed 3:
15x15
Bed 4:
15x15
Bed 5:
12x12
Description
Located a few steps from the popular mission beach, shops, restaurants and belmont park, this beautiful home is full of light. A spacious courtyard, great for entertaining and multiple balconies offering ocean views and dazzling night light views, make this a great place to call home or a perfect place to vacation. Some custom features include an elevator, radiant floor heating, electric window coverings, custom tile, marble countertops, and lit quartz stone bar counter, recessed lighting, cat5.
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