1318 Caminito Laura, Olivenhain
Our Listings $1,895,000
OPEN HOUSE SUN., MAR. 24, 1-4PM. Nothing says home like this traditional Olivenhain residence on over an acre of land with fantastic living spaces. The heart of the home centers around the kitchen with its ample granite counters, bar seating, and breakfast nook opening to the patio with barbecue. A formal dining room with chandelier connects to the kitchen on one side and a spacious family room with brick fireplace and built-in entertainment center connects on the other side. Large picture windows in the formal living room, as well as a foyer with high ceilings and glass doors to the backyard, wash the main floor with space and light.
The desirable first floor master suite includes a fireplace, picturesque windows, sunny reading alcove, and modern bath with soaking tub, shower, dual vanities and walk-in closet, plus access to the green tree-lined backyard. An office or optional fifth bedroom, also on the first floor, comes with built-in shelves and an adjacent full guest bath.
Upstairs two ensuite bedrooms are each complete with window seats, built-in drawers and storage space. A separate guest wing near the three-car garage and laundry room offers a large bonus room with full bath and kitchenette.
With the huge fenced backyard including a kids’ playset, sandbox, grassy lawn, delightful garden and room for other amenities, you’ll feel like you are living in the country. Located on a spacious corner lot in an excellent school district, this quintessential storybook home is a picture perfect gem!
About Olivenhain (from Olivenhain.org)
Olivenhain (pronounced Oh-LEE-ven-hine) is one of five communities in the City of Encinitas (in San Diego County). Today, Olivenhain stretches from San Elijo Lagoon in the south, along both sides of Manchester Avenue and Rancho Santa Fe Road, out past the northern reach of Lone Jack Road. With winding two-lane roads, rail fences, and trails for horses, bicycles, and pedestrians, Olivenhain has a rural atmosphere greatly prized by residents. The “Dark Skies” policy, which limits outdoor lighting, allows us all an unparalleled view of the evening sky. In 1986, Olivenhain joined with Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Leucadia, New Encinitas, and Old Encinitas to incorporate as the City of Encinitas. But our community with the German name has an interesting history and heritage. Read on to discover more about Olivenhain past and present.