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Inside 9 Incredible San Diego Homes

Step inside some of our city’s head-turning abodes


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Forget burning gas on a home tour. We’ve pared down nine of the city’s finest flats, seaside escapes, eclectic abodes, and even restored ranches. Scroll on in…

 

1. A Little House with Big Style in Point Loma

At 1,300 square feet, this modern little home has big benefits. Our favorite facet? La Cantina doors allow for the couple to crawl out of bed and straight onto their backyard in the morning.

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2. A La Jolla Home Filled With Vintage Goods

Atop La Playa hill, it's the voluptuously vintage decor that has us drooling over this Point Loma abode.

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3. Betsy Bracken's Hygge-Inspired Cardiff House

How can one be blue in this abode accented in the hue? The Bixby & Ball owner's charming seaside cottage is hits cozy on the nose.

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4. Julia Wheelers' Boho Abode

Boho doesn't quite do justice in defining this hipster home in College East. With aesthetics beckoning back to the ’60s and ’70s, nearly every piece in the home has a story to it. And the backyard is a bit of kid's heaven, too, outfitted with a teepee and skateboard ramp.

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5. Puesto's Lucien Conner's Remodeled 1970s Bonita House

What once was “so '70s” now encapsulates only the best parts from the era, including an impressive bar manned by one of San Diego’s elite cocktail artists.

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6. Susan Madden Lankford’s North County Ranch

This North County ranch comprises a larger two-story main house and cottage, with barnyard animals, too. Trimmed in turquoise, its electric restoration is worth wooing over until the cow—there’s only one on the ranch—comes home.

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7. The Funky Eclectic Home of Rachel Lunghi

This Normal Heights home is full of life—plant life mostly. Then again, given the owner is a floral designer, it's no surprise greenery reigns supreme.

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8. A Contemporary Solana Beach Home with Kid-Friendly Solutions

No matter how you slice it, this Solana Beach home achieved child-friendly and industrial precisely. As well, floor to ceiling sliding glass doors let the inside out.

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9. A Spanish 1930s House in Normal Heights

Normal Heights has its fair share of adore-worthy homes, but this Spanish charmer boasts an eclectic flair unlike many others with its color palette based around a personal painting, providing that it's the smallest things that can make a house a home.

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