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This week: Homes in and around San Diego

1. Coronado This new, four-bedroom home is located on a sliver of land on San Diego Bay. Its main living space features a wall of sliding glass doors that can open the entire room to breezes off the water. The house’s elevator stops at four levels, including the roof deck, which is equipped with an outdoor kitchen and spa. $5,900,000. Brunilda Zaragoza, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (619) 520-7799

2. Mission Hills This 1918 Arts and Crafts bungalow has two bedrooms and two full baths, and features period built-ins, hardwood floors, and extensive gumwood interior trim. The rear deck includes a spa. $798,000. Janna Hernholm, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, (619) 269-2277

3. La Playa Located on the bay next to the San Diego Yacht Club, this three-bedroom New Orleans–style home features French doors, large skylights, and five fireplaces. The second-floor balcony overlooks the property’s Jacuzzi, outdoor bar, and heated saltwater pool. $1,595,000. Sharon Bythewood, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, (619) 269-2266

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4. Rancho Bernardo
This 1965 three-bedroom, two-bathroom ranch is located across from the Rancho Bernardo golf course. The home features two fireplaces and has a two-car garage. $400,000. Anne Gold, Century 21 Award, (858) 444-2430

5. Mission Beach Located on Ocean Front Walk, this custom-built two-bedroom home features balconies, a roof deck, an outdoor fireplace, and an unusually generous 58 feet of beach frontage. Every room in this distinctive residence offers ocean views, and its dramatic interior also includes a cantilevered main staircase and fireside seating area that looks out on the water. $3,295,000. Lawrence Tollenaere, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (858) 539-4406

6. La Playa This Spanish-style six-bedroom home has views across San Diego Bay to downtown San Diego. Built in the early 1930s, the house features mahogany woodwork, a three-level elevator, and a 500-bottle wine room. $4,495,000. Pauline Lim-Endresen and Bjorn Endresen, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, (619) 995-3663

7. Coronado This 1894 four-bedroom Queen Anne Victorian is located blocks from Coronado Beach. Designed by renowned architect Irving Gill and a partner, the house features period fixtures and a sun room with a floor-to-ceiling wall of windows. $3,996,000. Ruth Ann Fisher, Del Realty, (619) 437-1888

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