Only 2 Luxury Estates Left In Del Mar Mesa, San Diego County

Only 2 new-build luxury estates remain within the unique and popular enclave of Arietta at Del Mar Mesa, in North San Diego County.

December 6, 2019 / / —

Arietta at Del Mar Mesa, San Diego County, is an intimate luxury community of brand new semi-custom gated estate homes. Just 2.5 miles from the Pacific Ocean and pristine beaches, Arietta offers some of the best views from Del Mar Mesa, to the coast, hills of Carmel Valley and the Penasquitos Preserve. The area is perfect for those looking for a peaceful lifestyle but also easy access to freeways, shopping and top-rated schools.

There are only 2 new luxury estates left in the Arietta Community, with five bedroom floor plans ranging from 4,970 – 5,800 square feet, each on generous and private lots from .52 to 1.05 acres. Each property is set to capture its own unique view towards the Pacific Ocean, quaintly lit valleys or surrounding mountains. With designer fixtures and finishes, modern features and thoughtful details, all the properties are “move-in” ready for their new owners.

The beautiful Del Mar Mesa setting offers unsurpassed access to sophisticated dining, shopping, entertainment, as well as abundant recreation, award-winning schools and professional opportunities. With 2 local golf courses, trails for hiking and horseback riding and a diverse natural habitat, the area is ideal for those who relish outdoor pursuits and an active lifestyle.

Arietta is a wonderful opportunity to live the ideal lifestyle in San Diego. With just 2 luxury estates left, time is running out for interested parties looking to buy. Anyone who is seriously considering the area is strongly advised to get in touch as soon as possible to register their interest and book a viewing.

For more information about Arietta at Del Mar Mesa, please contact the sales team at (858) 703-5683 or by email to Please check out the website for any further information.

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