As we first wrote about the designer home at 738 El Camino Del Mar Avenue last March:
“Purchased for $5,500,000 in early 2008 and then remodeled by Ken Fulk in 2009, the Spanish-Mediterranean Sea Cliff home at 738 El Camino Del Mar Avenue has just returned to the market listed for $6,995,000.
Tax records suggest 738 was built as a 4,308 square foot four-bedroom in 1927, but it appears to have since been remodeled as a three. And while there might not be any bridge views today, we’ll be lounging by one of the three fireplaces waiting for it to clear.”
Reduced to $6,500,000 after six months on the market, the listing for 738 El Camino Del Mar was withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale in December. Today, the Sea Cliff home is back on the market “as new” having shed over 300 days on the market in terms of industry stats and now listed for $5,995,000, a sale at which would be “at asking.”
And while listed with three bedrooms last year, it’s now listed with four.
∙ Listing: 738 El Camino Del Mar Avenue (4/3.5) – $5,995,000 [sfproperties.com]
∙ ¡Ay, Caramba! Nos Gusta Over On El Camino Del Mar [SocketSite]