Variance Granted for Lot/Land. This offering is comprised of six legal parcels, nestled in a canyon at the end of Carrizo Drive on the west facing side of Mount Soledad with the option to purchase an additional parcel with a home, designed by noted La Jolla architect Fred Liebhardt in 1950 (Taliesen Fellowship 1949).
Each of the six undeveloped lots part of the La Jolla Country Club Heights Subdivision, has had a City of San Diego Assessor’s Parcel Number since 1926. The mostly undisturbed sloping canyon area is composed of coastal sage with eucalyptus trees creating a very peaceful natural environment. These lots offer the potential to build four to six new homes in La Jolla while preserving a historically significant architectural triumph. There is a contiguous house that can be purchased with the lots, please reference MLS listing 170019500. The pricing for each individual lot is as follows. House at $2,495,000, Lot 15 at $675,000, Lot 20 at $995,000, Lot 21 at $950,000, Lot 23 at $650,000, Lot 24 at $525,000, and Lot 27 at $700,000.