Keith York, Realtor
CA BRE# 01874926
(619) 417-2651
keith@modernsandiego.com


NEW PRICE! $874,900 - Mt. Helix Ranch Style Home with amazing views to the coast
3 Bedroom, 3 bath 3,149 square foot home
Built in 1973
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Custom designed mid-century home with breathtaking views of mt. Helix all the way out to the ocean. Double entry door flanked by stained glass leads you into the beautiful slate entry. Dramatic stone fireplace, high open-beamed ceilings and walls of windows provide spectacular views. Gorgeous oak flooring runs throughout the upstairs of this tri-level home. Great for entertaining with open floor plan and indoor/outdoor spaces. Such easy access to shopping, schools, parks and restaurants is a rare find.

9821 Summit Drive - View of Mt. Helix to the southeast

Summit Drive is a quiet, private street that merges with summit circle making for a great neighborhood, rich in history, for walking and enjoying expansive views. This home boasts a newer roof, as well as recently installed hvac, electric panels, solar tank, outlets and lighting. Refrigerator, washer and dryer convey. Consider a wealth of opportunities with the home’s lower level storage room/office/man cave as well as an unfinished area with great remodel potential.


Beautiful mature landscaping abounds


Expansive entertainer's living room blends seamlessly with formal dining area


View to downtown from deck off the living room


Beautiful stained glass flanks the double-door entry to this private retreat


Looking up to the rear facade from the home's private canyon setting


Welcoming patio at front entry to the home


Mature canyon landscaping and forever views to downtown and the ocean beyond


Hallway highlighting the tri-level distinction between private bedrooms


The view to the south from the master bedroom deck


Master bedroom is ilght and bright with fresh paint and recently installed wood floors


Vintage appeal mixed with contemporary touches highlight the master bath


Master bath shower highlights the vintage appeal of early Mt. Helix homes