Sold in 43 Days! Walk to Cardiff Beaches

posted on November 3rd, 2011 | filed under: Cardiff

Cardiff SignI have a great new listing in one of the more desirable areas of Cardiff-by-the-Sea that you will want to view and tell your friends and family about.  The Cardiff Composer District was developed in the early 1900s by Victor Kremer, a music publisher and land developer. Because of his love for music, the streets in this area are all named after composers (Rubenstein, Gershwin, Bach, Mozart, Liszt, Verdi, Chopin, Vivaldi, Haydn, Schubert, Rossini, and Brahms). This particular listing is an ideal twin home on Haydn.Haydn Photo

This stunning twin home with ocean views is an easy walk to Cardiff beaches, Seaside Market, shopping, restaurants and local entertainment. The home is bright and airy throughout with an abundance of windows and natural light that fills the home from all angles. The entry level master suite is your private ocean oasis with arched doorways and a large walk-in closet. Two additional bedrooms and a guest bath are downstairs and most of the downstairs windows have Haydn Twin Home - Great Room with ocean viewbeen updated to dual pane.

Upstairs is the fantastic open great room with gorgeous, soaring wood gable ceilings, arched windows and a dramatic floor to ceiling fireplace that is the centerpiece of the home. Opening to the great room is the sleek upstairs kitchen with lots of light and white lacquered cabinets.

New French doors open up to a spacious patio deck to drink in the ocean views from Cardiff Beach all the way to La Jolla. This home is deliciously painted with designer colors and has rich hardwood floors throughout.

Quick information on 1780 Haydn, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA 92007Haydn Twin Home-from patio at sunset

  • 3 Bedroom
  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • Built 1989
  • 1801 square feet
  • Sold For $979,000

Please call to schedule a viewing of this fantastic home or any in the local area. Click here for more detailed information and pictures.

posted by Jeff DeChamplain

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