Welcome to Casa Magnifica De La Playa. This rare Spanish Colonial offers unparalleled views of downtown San Diego, Coronado, Laguna Mountains and Mexico. The family room, living room, dining room, kitchen and every bedroom enjoy a magnificent view of either the expansive ocean or the beautifully landscaped garden.
The Mediterranean Revival style — mostly popular during the 1920 and 1930s in coastal resort destinations like California and Florida — makes eclectic references to Spanish Renaissance, Spanish Colonial, Beaux-Arts, Italian Renaissance and Venetian Gothic architecture.
The Federal style, which evolved from Georgian, also follows a strict symmetry — yet gave way to creative floor plans with elliptical and round spaces. This 2008-built residence in Harding Township’s prestigious Hartley Farms, blends both Federal and Colonial touches on a private 3.3 acres and includes a new carriage bonus room, formal living room, a dining room and cocktail room, open kitchen, a sun-drenched solarium and more.